While it might be well-known that deep pockets finance the big names in politics, there is little known about the private world they inhabit and how their money is allocated.
'Notorious RBG' is a delightful and elegantly designed visual guide to the cultural impact one determined warrior for social justice can have when she becomes the stuff memes are made of.
My instincts told me that if we just gave the Hillary email story another poke or two, the whole house of cards would collapse.
Fifty years after the passage of the Voting Rights Act — and the most fundamental democratic exercise continues to come under attack.
It's a story so outrageous it could only be true.
To negotiate the verbal minefield of misdirection, euphemism, and flat-out falsehoods, we now have the definitive concordance of the language of spin.
Ordinary Americans tell the story of the wealth gap in Robert Putnam's 'Our Kids'.
'Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science -- and the World' is a remarkable new book by Rachel Swaby: fascinating, compulsively readable, and illuminative.
If there are lessons to be extracted from these three books, they have as much to do with the dangers of elite consensus as with those of dissent.
The safety net has become a sieve, Caroline Fredrickson writes, in her new book 'Under The Bus,' about how workers' rights continue to elude working women.
The stakes are high in 'The Age Of Sustainable Development,' but as Jeffrey D. Sachs makes clear, the demands for environmental justice are vital.