Nearly half of all states have similar programs that combine getting a driver’s license or state ID card with registering to vote.
On the miracle of modern aviation, from hijackings to accessibility
Former Mexico City mayor Claudia Sheinbaum and senator Xóchitl Gálvez were selected as the candidates for the two major electoral groups
The Inflation Reduction Act has hastened the US’ clean energy transition.
With the 2024 election looming, we can still turn toward our fellow citizens.
Ghana joins 123 other nations in ending capital punishment, as the practice quickly (and quietly) recedes.
Dropping emissions, free diapers, and tiny homes for veterans are just a handful of good things happening in the United States right now.
Supermajorities in the US support LGBTQ rights, and acceptance is growing quickly worldwide.
Like Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, we should all have friendships that confound other people.
Some say we’re moving backwards. But the evidence—including the international abolition of slavery, global declines in violence, and a rise in rights for the disenfranchised—says otherwise.
An evergreen guide to debt ceiling reporting and why this time is not in fact different
With trust in the media and government near record lows, what can be done to repair some of the faith that has been lost?