Fighting hate with compassion

Author Jessica Cobain discusses the Trump administration's family separation policy and a new movement to remove Stephen Miller from his position as the president's senior adviser.

Broken Norms Should End Business-As-Usual Nominations

Since the announcement of Brett Kavanaugh as Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, a parade of law professors — many of them with connections to Yale Law School — have made statements about Kavanaugh’s being a great person and a great mentor of clerks. Others have signed onto this campaign to humanize Kavanaugh by extolling...

Confirming Kavanaugh Would be a Disaster for Workers and People in Poverty

Authors Jeremy Slevin and Jake Faleschini discuss Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh's pro-business ruling record and why his confirmation would be a disaster for American workers and impoverished communities.

What Cannot Be on the Table at the Trump-Putin Summit

Author John Lamond discusses why there is no policy rationale for sanctions relief for Russia and what Congress should do if President Trump agrees to sanctions relief during the Putin-Trump summit.

The Current Border Crisis Feels All Too Familiar for Indigenous People

Author Rory Taylor explains how the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" border policy and family separation policy, which impact indigenous people from Central and South America, is creating a crisis Native communities in the United States know all too well.