The transit worker union's Larry Hanley lived a life that reminds us what beating back inequality truly takes.
It’s not individual behavior that drives the racial wealth divide — it’s a system that many folks pretend doesn’t exist.
Can you imagine being 22 and having $150,000 in debt? This is generational abuse.
Of the 11 members of Congress running for president, eight have endorsed expanded public support for long-term care. Washington Governor Inslee can claim real action.
The only upside to Bolton’s dangerous aggression toward Iran is that it may put him too far out in front of Trump.
Mass incarceration is now a bipartisan concern. Its effects on our democracy should be, too.
In more than two-thirds of the mining-related lawsuits against governments in the region, communities have been actively organizing against the mining activities.
Rideshare drivers around the world strike for better pay and working conditions from the multi-billion dollar company.
The rise of the populist right is like climate change — a profound transformation of the political landscape, not just a temporary oscillation in the political temperature.
New reports show an escalation in civilian casualties from U.S. operations in Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia — and a pattern of U.S. denial about the scale of the problem.
The work we do online is making a precious few fabulously rich. Now stirring in California, a movement to share the wealth our data create.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the recent Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip and the real nature of Kushner's supposed "Deal of the Century."
At a time of declining faith in democracy, the institution of royalty is looking surprisingly resilient.
We can’t heal the climate if our war machine keeps raining destruction, absorbing resources, and gobbling up fossil fuels all around the world. Here’s how to stop it.
The majority-conservative Supreme Court is poised to review the application of Title VII to trans people in the workplace.
If the minimum wage had kept up with Wall Street bonuses, it would be worth $33 today, instead of just $7.25.
The administration has discussed warehousing refugee children at the notorious prison.
Here's a stat for International Workers' Day that's giving us hope.
A tiny uptick in wages won't do much to help Americans squeezed by debt and facing rising prices for medicine, child care, housing, and other essentials.
"People shouldn't have to crowdfund for their health care. We wanted PhRMA to have to face firsthand the toll their greed takes on Americans across our country."