With 43 percent of Americans in or near poverty, most of us know there’s something deeply wrong with our democracy. Will we stand up for it?
ICE is supposed to keep Americans safe. Instead, it’s terrorizing refugees, families, and small children.
His language is right out of the Nazi playbook.
We should be supporting the small farmers who sell at farmers markets, not the corporate giants that hurt our health and environment.
From the G-7 dustup to the flashy photo shoot with Kim Jong-Un, U.S. foreign policy is now determined solely by the president’s pettiest personal preferences.
A DC law seeks to identify and address the root causes of crime while moving away from the failed status quo of policing and punishment.
Soldiers, civilians, and the 140 million Americans who are poor or low-income pay the price for our never-ending wars.
We need to address the criminalization of race and poverty. To do so, we need to correct our swaying moral compass.
The Minnesota lawmaker has been a champion of efforts to defend the disclosure reform from Republican attack.
More than half a million Americans are homeless — the size of a large city.
PACs aren’t sitting well with left-leaning voters, leading candidates to move away from a reliance on corporate funding.
Luxury buildings drive up housing costs, suck up energy, and help rich people warehouse wealth. They should pay a lot more than property taxes.
The fight to curb gun violence must address the violence inflicted by law enforcement.
A growing movement is connecting labor struggles with justice in the classroom and the community.
Big corporations, not street dealers, are the true authors and profiteers of the opioid crisis.