Election 2016

Nika Knight, staff writer
Wisconsin's voter ID law may have suppressed a stunning 200,000 votes in the 2016 presidential election, a study shown exclusively to The Nation has revealed , and the law disproportionately kept Democratic and African-American voters from the polls. President Donald Trump won Wisconsin by a mere 22,748 votes. The study by Priorities USA, a group...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"Our job is to bring people together," said Sen. Bernie Sanders, "around a progressive agenda which has the courage to do what the Democrats historically have not had the courage to do." (Photo: Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/AP)
Human rights advocate and former President Jimmy Carter revealed Monday evening...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, who was axed by President Donald...

Further

Your daily sliver of good news: Despite the Pumpkinführer's vow to deport millions of undocumented people, many of them, with the support of cities, campuses and even police, insist they're #HereToStay. Joining some of the country's largest cities that pledge to continue offering sanctuary, thousands of students at over 80 colleges will walk out Wednesday in the name of a growing Campus Sanctuary movement urging "education not deportation."