by Samantha Page May 20, 2016
"It is remarkable that a do-nothing Congress that has refused to take any action on climate change is now attempting to disrupt this important investigation into potential corporate malfeasance."
by Alex Zielinski May 2, 2016
According to the complaint, staff members commonly punched, spit on, slapped, sexually abused, and denied food from non-verbal women residents, some who only have the "functioning of a toddler."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Apr 28, 2016
After making a life for themselves in the Bronx, this immigrant husband and wife team want to send a strong message to presidential candidates who want to deport them.
by Katie Valentine Apr 25, 2016
It's been a good week for anti-pipeline activists in the Northeast.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 20, 2016
What barriers are voters facing in Maryland, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Delaware?
by Emily Atkin Apr 19, 2016
A judge delayed a hearing on an emergency lawsuit over New York's closed primary.
by Kira Lerner Apr 19, 2016
On primary day, some New Yorkers are arguing for their right to vote before election judges.
"The traffic to our polling hotlines has been pretty significant," Clarke told ThinkProgress.
by Emily Atkin Apr 18, 2016
"My goal is to try to change my one non-vote into three votes."
by Kira Lerner & Emily Atkin Apr 18, 2016
Voters in the lawsuit say their party affiliations were mysteriously changed.