If we omit the El Paso shooter’s motive, we risk erasing the victims — minimizing them to footnotes in the coverage of yet another mass shooting.
It’s time to heal the deep wounds of racism — not only to ensure equity for African Americans, but for our entire economy.
When I was just 10, I already knew what it was like to plan for a future without my parents.
The episode may have laid the foundation for a deeper critique of the Trump-Netanyahu partnership, and of U.S. policy toward Israel and Palestine.
After demonizing undocumented immigration, Trump’s new public charge rule targets legal immigrants on the basis of income and race.
Jim Zogby and Phyllis Bennis discuss the Trump-Netanyahu dynamic, the diminishing power of AIPAC, and the political battle against Rep. Omar and Rep. Tlaib.
If you’re a minimum wage worker in a conservative state, your state lawmakers may have cut your paycheck by over $4,000.
Some economists worry the world has passed “peak globalization.” But that could be good for the planet.
Three mass shootings in one week, homelessness abound, and a liar who hurls racist rhetoric from the White House stoop. America needs a course correction.
A new report offers recommendations for state policymakers looking to strengthen the backbone of the care economy — the direct care workers themselves.
An innovative binational analysis details how plutocracy is squeezing low and middle income Americans.
Former AFL-CIO international affairs director Barbara Shailor fought for the rights of working people around the world.
America needs to cut military spending and reinvest that money into good jobs, clean energy, health care, and education access for all.
Lawmakers say frontline communities should be at the heart of the Green New Deal. They must include current and future undocumented immigrants.
I’m not saying the events of the Holocaust are repeating themselves right now. I’m saying that, as a Jew, I carry with me the memory of what can happen when everyday people allow our leaders to scapegoat an entire community.
Millennials suffer stagnant wages and high expenses in an economy not designed for them — but there’s hope.
Even if Trump manages to end the war in Afghanistan, he’s fueling other wars that will be even more devastating.
The mass shootings aren't just symptoms of guns or mental illness, but also of Trump promoting and encouraging white supremacy, racism, and xenophobia.
Imagine if the next generation of Americans experienced healthcare as a human right, and quality of care wasn't determined by wealth or income.