West Virginia teachers will continue their strike on Monday, teachers’ unions and school service personnel announced, after lawmakers failed to improve their salaries and health insurance on Saturday.
Business leadership at Netflix, Facebook, and Apple say the ban will hurt their companies and won’t make the U.S. safer.
The fight against trans people’s use of bathrooms often presents itself in schools.
80,000 former students across the country will be given a reprieve.
The strike in West Virginia may be over but the fight continues. Teacher Brittney Barlett joins us to talk backstory, aftermath and the road ahead. Also, the geeks are watching you—and here's a solution to student debt.
Public and private school students around New York City are taking it upon themselves to organize their school’s walkout. And they're all doing it a little differently.
The Florida high school massacre, unfortunately, is another data point in a complex and disturbing portrait of the developing, fundamentally disorganized group known as the alt-right.
The deregulation of media in the 1990s illustrates the effectiveness of the Anti-Democracy Movement in convincing Republicans and Democrats alike that a narrow, market-driven, anti-government approach was imperative—even if it led to oligopoly.
“This year, thanks in part to research and outreach efforts across institutions, we have seen progress on many regulatory priorities this Network has championed for years,” the Koch brothers' memo notes, detailing victory after victory.
The three-judge panel with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco denied the White House's writ of mandamus petition.
Fuel poverty now kills more people in the U.K. than breast cancer and prostate cancer.
Collectors ranging from federal student lenders, to third-party debt buyers, to utility and ambulance services routinely wield the threat of arrest to intimidate people into paying up.
Across the country, students walked out of class for 17 minutes on Wednesday, one for each victim who died at the shooting in Parkland, Fla., exactly one month ago.
These cities get more than 70 percent of their electricity from wind, solar and other renewables. That’s up since the Paris climate agreement.