It's one way to allow victims of anti-union discrimination to sue in federal court for compensatory and punitive damages.
Republicans never really promised to deploy congressional power to fundamentally change national policy.
In an effort to marginalize his nation's large far-right party in the wake of attacks by Islamist radicals, the president of France teams up with an old foe.
Cutting U.S. aid to the Palestinians would mean heaping one mistake on another.
Low-wage Americans are not the only workers affected by stagnant wages and rising inequality.
It's easy to write off Mia Love and Allen West but these very visible blacks hurt the quest for equality.
It is a mark of the delusion of Europe's leaders that the E.U. is putting its chips on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
From campus rape to the House whip's 'need' to address white supremacists, it's starkly clear that American roots of gender, race and sexual violence run deep. So what are we going to do about it?
Why are school districts paying millions in "finder's fees" to an organization that places people without education degrees to teach in urban schools—even where applications from veteran teachers abound?
It’s even possible that Greece will drop the euro as its currency.
What are they going to do—abandon their entire economic philosophy?
If Elizabeth Warren, the scourge of Wall Street, emerges as a rival to Schumer, close association with the big banks could prove even more toxic for him.
Too many of the same people who are rightfully upset about attempts at voter suppression in this country look fondly on a regime that has denied the people of Cuba those very same rights.
He's looking pretty good, and getting better.
How my father's illness helped me appreciate home-care workers