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Under proposed reforms pushed by backers of Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Party's 2020 presidential primary would take place on a much fairer playing field than... [Read More]
At a previously undisclosed March 29 meeting, Robert Murray gave Perry a hug and a wishlist. Six months later, Perry unveiled a controversial plan that... [Read More]
Ross Grooters explains how he won a city council seat as an open socialist in Pleasant Hill, Iowa—which last year went for Donald Trump over... [Read More]
Rural America In These Times is dedicated to making the issues that people in rural America are grappling with part of national discourse. [Read More]
In These Times features award-winning investigative reporting about corporate malfeasance and government wrongdoing, insightful analysis of national and international affairs, and sharp cultural criticism about... [Read More]
Individual steps alone won't fix the climate—but they're an easy way to start. [Read More]
At times, Gen. Michael Flynn has expressed empathy for those who join terrorist groups—but increasingly, he has substituted nuance for rank bigotry. [Read More]
Some lessons only become clear with time, but the 2016 election has already taught us a lot about our differences. [Read More]
There's no compromising with the far right—but progress can still be made around the world, and at the local and state levels. [Read More]
The water protectors at Standing Rock are still defiant in opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline. [Read More]
Even in this dark moment, we must see our potential for prophetic resistance. [Read More]
Millennials—who overwhelmingly voted for Hillary Clinton—had a range of reactions, from despair to defiance. [Read More]
What the data can tell us on what went wrong, and how to move forward. [Read More]
Luis Gomez publicly blasted Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Rep. Luis Gutiérrez for failing to do enough to protect all immigrants facing the threat of... [Read More]
No matter how the rest of the world looked at us on Nov. 7, Donald Trump's win means they will now look at us differently. [Read More]