The problem with acting alone, however, is clear. The powerful will act only to punish opponents who are weak.
I will never forget the Sunday morning when she left Robben Island with Nelson Mandela, even as he forgave the prison guards that had kept them apart.
From the White House and across the great cabinets of the federal government, civil rights are being systematically undermined.
Poverty has been going up among all races, except for people over 65, protected a bit by the earned benefits of Social Security and Medicare.
Most developed countries give a child benefit to parents. Most guarantee universal preschool. Health care is universal and comprehensive.
One thing is clear. It is far better that Trump and Kim are moving toward talks rather than escalating threats.
Legislators should replace the new restrictions on voting with legislation that makes voting easier, not harder.
We will all pay the price if the right’s attack on labor unions goes unanswered.
Our children are at risk. Now they are calling all of us to account.
Vice President Pence came to the games to enforce the administration’s no-talk policy. He stiffed Kim’s sister on the podium.
Inequality is still getting worse.
Sorry, Mr. Trump, taking credit for growth that you did not create won’t get it done.
Trump will continue to drive Americans apart — until we come together to call him and the Republicans who echo him to account.
On core issue after core issue — civil rights, voting rights, women’s rights, police reform — Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a destructive force.
The proclamation, a wartime act of necessity, turned the tide on slavery.