Hillary Clinton

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
In 2012, artist Donkey Hotey created this visual of comfortable shoes occupying Wall Street lamp posts to remind then-President Obama of his 2007 statement: "And understand this: If American workers are being denied their right to organize and collectively bargain when I’m in the White House, I will put on a comfortable pair of shoes myself, I'll will walk on that picket line with you as President of the United States of America." (Image: DonkeyHotey/cc/flickr)
Underscoring previous assessments that the Democratic establishment, including the party's 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, has "a Wall Street problem," new polling and focus group data shows that Democrats are perceived as woefully out of touch when it comes to the economy. The pro-Clinton super PAC Priorities USA surveyed 801 voters...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Protesters are expected at state capitols across the country on Monday where...
Nika Knight, staff writer
A federal judge in Philadelphia on Monday ruled against Green Party...


Dark day. And lots more coming. But amidst the tears and rage and shame we live in a country where hate, for now, has won, there's a resolve to move past the heartsickness, invoke our better angels, and keep fighting for what's right - per Joe Hill 's "Don't mourn - organize." Among the few glimpses of light - Arpaio, Duckworth, our own Pious Ali - the brightest may be the startlingly blue electoral map of America's young. "This," notes one hopeful observer, "is how the future voted."