The netroots powerhouse is surveying its members on whom to support. It's a test of the candidates and of the progressive movement.
A deep look into how the candidates propose to bring the troops home and deal with the continuing military dilemma.
Ted Kennedy's endorsement of Barack Obama sheds some needed light on Hillary's hawkishness and the real differences between the candidates.
Inspired by The Nation's intrepid reporting, Stephen Colbert asks what would have been if he'd stayed on the South Carolina ballot.
With a veritable Mount Rushmore of Kennedy faces arrayed behind him, Barack Obama received powerful symbolic and political support from the icons of the liberal establishment.
The movement he's inspired holds the promise of a new cycle of activism, reform and fresh thinking. So I will support him through the inevitable storms ahead.
Before we can talk sensibly about transcending difference, we must first transform the conditions that give these differences meaning.
Latinos supported Hillary Clinton in the chaotic Nevada caucuses, but how much do her policies support them?
The Clintons cannot compete with the enthusiasm Obama sets off so they are trying to destroy it. They just may succeed--but at an awful price.
Now that Dennis Kucinich is out of the presidential debates, don't expect Clinton or Obama to hold unregulated bankers accountable for the global economic meltdown.