This year is all about turning rage into action. Throughout the month of January, we're highlighting the most effective organizations doing that work.
The fate of unions will be decided by the Supreme Court. If they lose, fair wages, guaranteed health care, and general job safety are at risk for millions of workers.
Trump touts the Republican plan as a savior for the middle class, but unless you’re rich, white, and male, it feels more like a sucker punch.
The Supreme Court is split on yet another critical case on LGBTQ rights. The ruling will yield either an anti-discrimination precedent, or yet another slap in the face to civil rights.
In a week where Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and the Senate forced through their tax scam, Trump’s twitter was unhinged. Here’s the other news you may have missed.
The former national security adviser, who's pleaded guilty for lying to the FBI, promises to do the most damage to the Trump administration to date. But how much … and who's next?
The war on higher education being waged by Betsy DeVos and Republicans has one overall goal: to keep the lower and middle classes uneducated, underemployed, and perpetually in debt.
Trump and GOP hypocrisy sunk to new depths this week. While we were grappling with the news about Al Franken, the administration continued to push their craven policies. Here's what you missed.
Trump's tax plan was as expected. But the Senate's, which some assumed would be less egregious, is even worse: as rewarding to the rich as it is punitive to the poor and middle classes.
With more looming indictments and a legistlation-free presidency, 45 is dialing up his unconstitutional rhetoric while the GOP continues it’s mission stealing from the poor. Here’s what you missed this week.