Nancy Pelosi's additions to the Super Committee finalizes the group of twelve congresspersons tasked with deciding how to cut $1.2 trillion dollars from the federal budget.
John Nichols explains why last night's recall elections in Wisconsin were a victory for progressives.
William Greider on making the banks pay, Marc Kilstein on the FAA fiasco and Greg Mitchell on the Hiroshima anniversary
Melissa Harris-Perry argues that the debt deal will only make it more difficult for the federal government to foster the economic recovery the American people so desperately want.
David Cole on a favorable ruling for the Affordable Care Act, Marc Kilstein on a narrow torture investigation and Britney Wilson on racism in sentencing
Instead of growing the economy, both political parties have become obsessed with the debt crisis and ignored what the American people really want—jobs.
On HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Chris Hayes responds to Ann Coulter's foreign policy misconceptions.
Liza Featherstone on Walmart and sex discrimination, John Nichols on mayors against the war and Ala'a Shehabi on dissents jailed in Bahrain
According to John Nichols, conservative governors' destructive budget-cutting and brutal attitude toward public sector unions have alienated the public.
Weinergate reminds us that we need to elect politicians not just based on their policy positions, but on whether we trust their judgment, honesty and integrity as well.