As Americans celebrate Independence Day, we asked social justice activist Dorian Warren where we are as a nation, and where we might be going.
A talk with authors Morris Pearl and Erica Payne, capitalist prophets of tax fairness.
As American wealth gets concentrated among a smaller number of cities and corporations, many communities are fighting to hold on.
The crushing defeat of an organizing drive at Amazon points to the formidable legal barriers facing America’s labor movement.
In a wide-ranging talk, the 92-year-old rebel with many causes discusses the role of activists, intellectuals and Joe Biden in America.
For many, the warehouse workers’ organizing drive is less about wages or benefits, and more about winning dignity and respect.
Amazon, owned by the world's richest man, has spent millions of dollars to dissuade its Bessemer workers from voting for a union.
A unionization vote could have far-reaching consequences for Amazon and America's labor movement.
A conversation with dean and law professor Erwin Chemerinsky on the latest impeachment and on what happens next.
'Monopolized' author David Dayen decodes corporate control of modern life.
What is the connection between a lack of commitment to collective well-being and social disaster in a time of crisis?Co-published by The Guardian
A French economist finds that America’s tax structure lies at the heart of inequality.
Republican Diane Harkey ended her dispirited campaign by attempting to distance herself from Trump’s personality but supporting him on “substance.”
Homeless veterans live solitary and nomadic existences. At night, some sleep in cars parked near VA facilities, under freeway overpasses or in public parks.
Seven Republican congressional districts in California went for Hillary Clinton in 2016. CA-4 was not one of them but Democrats are hoping to unseat Tom McClintock...
Co-published by International Business Times Darrell Issa, like the voters in his district, was a man under pressure. He put his finger in the air to test...
My mother and aunt were two of the girls of summer, recruited by the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League to play pro baseball during World War...
Toni Monique is an in-home caregiver who talks like a political philosopher when she is not taking care of her sister, Tonya Ginn, in Buena Park....
With good union training, wages and benefits, Cathy Nichols, a single mother, was able to provide for herself and her son without fear of impoverishment or...
Some reviewers have criticized the movie as another in a long line of “White Savior” films that feature a white protagonist who “leads” African Americans to...