A new bill provides two years of tuition at a community college for participating high school grads who might otherwise face a 7.5 percent unemployment rate – and other states are already following suit.
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Rent-backed securities are the direct descendants of the mortgage-backed securities that crashed the economy in 2008.
Al Gore, Leo DiCaprio, Sting and hundreds of thousands of others swelled New York City's streets to demand climate justice.
In one of the most controversial “terror” cases in modern U.S. history, supporters rallied on the 16th anniversary of the arrest of the Cuban Five to demand the remaining three incarcerated men be released.
Community leaders, activists and residents affected by this summer's water shutoffs in Detroit are rallying at the Federal Bankruptcy Court on Monday to demand an immediate Water Affordability Plan.
If you're planning to take to the streets in New York City or elsewhere this week, know that today's IMSI technology used by police or the FBI could greatly affect the privacy of your cell phone and protest communications.
Shifting toward community-based renewable power is a strong thread running through Scotland's Radical Independence Campaign, and a free Scotland could inspire other countries to relinquish their fossil fuel addiction.
The history of resistance movements shows that when 3.5% of a population mobilizes on an issue, no government can withstand it – and organizers hope the climate justice movement can reach that level.
Using social media and alternative news networks, activists and citizen journalists have found new ways to tell Americans the real story – it's immediate, it's personal, its electronic and its everywhere.
This weekend I won’t be marching for the climate, but I won’t be sitting around doing nothing either – I’ll be at the sixth annual Australian Climate Action Summit in Queensland delivering some inconvenient truths.
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.
Dead at 103, Mellon's wealth spanned the period of America’s original plutocrats – the gang that ushered in the Great Depression – and our contemporary plutocrats who gave us the Great Recession.
Children, students, the elderly, wage earners, the sick and disabled, women, minorities and the homeless are all getting the short end of the stick in the modern corporate American state.
“Free trade," as we know it, is a drain on the economy, creates enormous national debts and undermines labor. So why should we tolerate the Trans-Pacific Partnership?