Congress Could Learn Something from Jersey City: Punching In

Not an accident: how major right-wing donors manufactured the shutdown.

The shutdown has taught many House Republicans just how many worthwhile things the government does.

All those “non-essential functions” actually help a lot of people.

Republican U.S. Senator Roy Blunt says shutdown to stop Obamacare was a mistake.

Jersey City enacts the first paid sick days law in New Jersey. Mayor Steven Fulop says why he did it.

Is Newark (paging Mayor Cory Booker) next?

The protoype for Obamacare has been working for seven years in Massachusetts.

Successful businesswoman Mary Burke will challenge Gov. Scott Walker in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen won’t seek another term. #ALECExposed

Finally: The dangerous outsourcing of social services.