by Steve Phillips - Guest Contributor Feb 4, 2016
The practical effect of Republicans' proposed immigration policies? Reducing the number of people of color in America.
by Ian Millhiser Feb 3, 2016
The "libertarian moment" never was a thing. It was an illusion conjured by a handful of pundits. But it was ultimately not something that could be sold by libertarianism's most high-profile salesman.
by Scott Keyes Feb 2, 2016
In primary elections, strict voter ID laws drive down Latino turnout by 9.3 points, Black turnout by 8.6 points, and Asian American turnout by 12.5 points.
by Casey Quinlan Jan 27, 2016
Boston College students protested to urge action on eradicating racism on campus. Now they're being warned.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 21, 2016
All six counts.
by Casey Quinlan Jan 18, 2016
There is nothing wrong with teaching "grit," but why do we overestimate its role in overcoming adversity?
by Scott Keyes Jan 15, 2016
Worse than presidents who owned slaves, signed the Chinese Exclusion Act, put all Japanese Americans in camps, and made interracial marriage a felony.
by Casey Quinlan Jan 8, 2016
Administrators were worried she might start a "riot."
by Dylan Petrohilos Dec 28, 2015
We break down police killings by gender, race, and state.
by Laurel Raymond Dec 21, 2015
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" will star a woman of color as Hermione. Here's what that means.