Leading gay rights activist Tony Kushner explains why Obama's first year signals a bright future for LGBT issues.
If Obama's appointees to the National Labor Relations Board are confirmed, the agency could offer workers more protections than the Employee Free Choice Act.
Martha Coakley's loss in Massachusetts put on display the monumental miscalculations by which Obama has governed.
Obama's opportunistic search for win-win solutions to our healthcare concerns and our larger economic problems is leading to a lose-lose outcome for the president and the country.
Organizing for America marks the first time a political party has deployed a permanent field program to advance a policy agenda between elections.
Like the Progressives, Obama seems to believe government can move beyond partisan politics.
Many progressives thought we had taken back America in 2008, but the work has just begun.
The Nation asked members of our community and beyond: looking back at Obama's first year in office, what was the high point, and what was your sharpest disappointment?
Disappointment is one thing American liberals can be certain of. Optimism is the real challenge.
The Obama campaign was a massive grassroots mobilization, but a year later, has the organization that grew out of it failed to keep up the momentum?