Banking on CEOs' goodwill is not a substitute for the lasting gains that can be made through worker organizing.
Two years to legislate, and then a big Republican victory that stymies her—and that's if she's lucky.
Some cast the labor movement as dying or even dead, but even amid attacks on collective bargaining workers are finding innovative ways to organize.
Anti-government mania is to blame for the city’s contaminated-water crisis, says Flint’s congressional representative.
Experts agree that the presidential transfer of power should start now, but just as urgent is the need to strip back the veil of secrecy that has shrouded past transitions.
We can't just tax billionaires’ paychecks. We should tax the wealth they've already amassed.
Allegations that funds should not have gone to charter schools reveal the challenges of having to finance two school systems.
The blustery billionaire could lose the biggest game of his life—to a woman.
Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell’s Supreme Court corruption appeal will help decide whether the First Amendment protects average Americans or special interests.
Increasingly nationalized politics and media coverage scramble traditional allegiances in Pennsylvania’s senatorial and attorney general primaries.
What the Uber settlement and the SEIU-Unite HERE fracas means for labor as it navigates Silicon Valley disruption.
The school’s governing board rejected their petition, but the teachers plan to make their charter school the third to unionize in New Orleans.
Sanders and Clinton should stop bashing each other as big taxers.
High voter turnout, especially in Baltimore and among Sanders supporters, could give Donna Edwards the edge in the competitive Democratic primary.
Boston and Massachusetts have persuaded General Electric to move by pledging multimillion-dollar subsidies. But ensuring a return on the investment will be the hard part.