IPS Climate Policy program Director Janet Redman talks about the consequences of the Supreme Court stay of the Clean Power Plan.
Black women are underrepresented in the leadership posts of America’s unions. Petee Talley, the No. 2 figure at the AFL-CIO Ohio, is looking to change that.
The Clean Power Plan probably got a reprieve when the arch-conservative jurist died.
Last week, the Supreme Court paved the way for implementation of a new rule guaranteeing the rights of homecare workers.
How a semantic argument over passports prompted a debate over who gets to shape U.S. foreign policy toward Israel-Palestine.
The Supreme Court’s affirmation of the right to marry and its rainbow-striped afterglow unleashed conservative tantrums.
When not being shooed off the courthouse steps by police, the crowd sang “God Bless America” and “Goin’ to the Chapel.”
The Supreme Court’s Shelby ruling aids a Republican plan to win more elections without winning support from more voters.
The Supreme Court overturned a mandate that certain organizations receiving HIV/AIDS funding state their opposition to prostitution.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 21 others sign open letter to the justices
Open Letter to the Supreme Court, Signed by Desmond Tutu, Human Rights Leaders from 22 Countries: Uphold Voting Rights
We urge you to heed the United States Congress’s judgment that continued federal enforcement of the voting rights guaranty is appropriate and necessary.
Widespread efforts to suppress voting by people of color and the poor through a rash of voter ID laws make it clear that we still need the landmark 1965 legislation today.
When it comes to workers’ rights, some of the most influential government officials we’ll be voting for are ones whose names don’t actually appear on the ballot.
So far, not so good.
Texas won’t accept your student ID for voting, but your gun permit will do just fine.