by Emily Atkin Jul 24, 2015
The evolution of what would otherwise be a damning attack on the former secretary of state.
by Josh Israel Jul 20, 2015
As netroots activists gather for their tenth annual conference, ThinkProgress talked to several early leaders in the blogosphere about the state of the movement.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 20, 2015
The embassies have opened, but the travel ban and the embargo remain.
by Judd Legum Jul 20, 2015
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 10, 2015
The White House is making moves to support climate resilience within tribal communities, placing an emphasis on including leaders in climate discussions.
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 8, 2015
The numbers are in: Birth control is cheaper than ever before, thanks to health care reform.
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 6, 2015
As of Sunday night, Team U.S.A. became the best soccer team in the world. But their success on the field doesn't necessarily correlate to national gender equality.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 1, 2015
Cubans and Americans could both enjoy access to cheaper, better medicine and health care, if Republicans agree to lift the economic embargo.
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 1, 2015
Professional cheerleaders are often paid far below minimum wage standards for their work, despite representing one of the most lucrative entertainment industries in the world. California is working to change this.
by Katelyn Harrop Jun 25, 2015
A Wednesday morning fire at a church in Charlotte, North Carolina was intentionally set, according to reports.