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J. Bradford Delong
With his lies about black people and the people of Jersey City, the question is why so many Americans want to believe him.
Walmart workers have been fasting in the weeks leading up to Black Friday, demanding a living wage.
With Jonathan Pollard out on parole after serving 30 years for spying for Israel, the public deserves a reprieve from the bilateral hypocrisy his case inspired.
After a lengthy battle, California teachers have won the right to form a union in their online charter school network.
The Turks won’t like it, but the U.S. has to back the Kurds.
The New York borough that once symbolized urban decline is safer and more stable—but most Bronxites' lives are still precarious.
How the popular matching company facilitates landlord conversion of entire rental buildings to de facto hotels.
Ta-Nehisi Coates has written the race book of the year. Too bad it’s disempowering.
Republicans start every election cycle with structural advantages regardless of the issues and all the other factors that usually determine who wins elections.
Despite ideological attacks and under-funding, the Veterans Health Administration is a model public system.