Against a backdrop of racial violence and social turmoil, more than 1,500 community organizers gathered in Pittsburgh to map out a grassroots progressive organizing strategy.
Former French Prime Minister Michel Rocard, who died on July 2 at age 85, will be remembered as a brilliant socialist analyst and forthright contrarian.
Could recent tragedies mark a shift in the nation's gun control debate?
A fiscal relief package designed to rescue Puerto Rico from default does more for wealthy bondholders than it does for the island’s struggling residents.
Proposals to curb skyrocketing rent will soon hit the ballot in five Bay Area cities.
How the GOP enables the rise of dog-whistle anti-Semitism
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, coming before the party’s platform committee on Friday, is a nightmare for Hillary Clinton.
Minimum-wage victories across the country are helping workers take back power.
To some, the reactionary forces sweeping Europe, the United States and Britain carry echoes of fascism. But historian Sheri Berman says today’s demagogues are no dictators.
The Democratic presidential candidate spoke to the nation’s largest labor union, and defended both collective bargaining and public charter schools.
In this year’s election, Democrats ought to talk about the many ways Americans are being ripped off—with Trump University as a top example.
The Supreme Court’s Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt ruling effectively renders unconstitutional abortion restrictions in some two-dozen states, forcing abortion opponents to play defense for the first time in decades.
Four decades after the creation of the modern death penalty, the system remains racially biased, costly, and prone to error.
Be on your guard when the commentary goes meta.
In his recent speech attacking America’s trade policies, Donald Trump relied heavily on data from the Economic Policy Institute. EPI President Lawrence Mishel says Trump is wrong on the issue.