We yearn for a new politics but worry that our democracy, like that Antarctic ice shelf, has reached its tipping point.
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The Ellison-Lewis legislation would amend the National Labor Relations Act to give workers a range of legal options if they feel discriminated against for trying to form a union.
Under the American City County Exchange, local and city councils will see more privatization, more public services sold off or cut, and decision-making increasingly in the hands of large corporations far away.
In "False Dilemmas," Christina Laskaridis explores the origins and impacts of the debt crisis – looking at who engineered the bank bailouts, how they were able to get away with it, and what Europe has been left with.
We can further see that there is a war on the underclass in the form of police militarization, as the Pentagon actively prepares for civil unrest and a breakdown of society.
Nestlé is draining America's vital groundwater resources at a stunning rate – with 29 water bottling facilities across North America, it pocketed $4 billion in revenue from bottled water sales in 2012 alone.
The British Medical Association joins a growing movement of institutions – including dozens of universities, foundations and even the World Council of Churches – dumping oil, coal and gas holdings.
Despite the 828-page Dodd-Frank Act, the derivatives pyramid has continued to explode to a value now estimated to be as high as $2 quadrillion.
Former CEO Artie T. offered good benefits and fair pay – which is why employees are striking and customers are boycotting the market chain across the northeast, demanding to get him back.
The Coalition for Court Transparency, which advocates greater openness and accountability in judicial branch, launched a campaign to install TV cameras in the chambers of the Supreme Court.
Whether you’re in the 99 percent, the 47 percent or the 1 percent, inequality in America may threaten your future.
While UT Austin football coach Mack Brown wants to pay athletes for playing ball at a public university, institutions of higher learning across the country face budget cuts.
With U.S. coal corporations looking overseas, the stage is set for a clash over access to the Pacific Coast — a conflict now playing out in the public scope hearings over the Millennium Bulk Terminal.
It seems the people of the world are factually correct when they label the United States the greatest threat to peace in the world.
New Department of Education data shows rising default rates on federal loans to parents.