As Merkel starves ailing European economies, SCOTUS is doing worse to Argentina's.
A new report from the Economic Policy Institute shows the ravages of an artificially depressed wage on food servers and other workers.
Hundreds of Israelis visit the family of a murdered Palestinian boy in Jerusalem that has been torn by rage.
He's the most pro-corporate jurist on the Supreme Court. So decisions that grant companies religious rights or take aim at labor unions come quite naturally to him.
The Democratic Party is less of a counterweight to economic royalists than it once was because many of those royalists are inside the Democratic Party.
“It was, bar none, the worst legislative process I’ve ever been through,” Rep. Rick Glazier told the U.S. District Court.
These are companies that even a top cheerleader for the corporate class can’t bring itself to defend.
It's a great piece of writing, if you don't mind the bit about the Native Americans, which arguably set the stage for genocide.
The steel industry is under attack by the selling or “dumping” of foreign steel, says the Alliance for American Manufacturing.
A half-century after Freedom Summer, African Americans continue to face severe barriers not just to voting, but also to economic security.
Fifty years after the murders of Schwerner, Chaney and Goodman, North Carolina activists move from civil disobedience to big voter mobilization push.
Adam Bellow urges conservatives to support right-wing fiction. Best of luck to him: Here's why it won't be easy.
The decision in Harris v. Quinn—written by the Court’s leading union-hater, Justice Samuel Alito—appears designed to cripple unions by creating incentives for "free riders."
The Supreme Court rules in Hobby Lobby v. Burwell that corporations can have a religious conscience—at least when it comes to birth control.
When Republicans made it impossible for the president to run the government, he found ways around their obstruction. And that made them really, really mad.