Richard Nixon told Henry Kissinger in a taped phone call that he wanted to step up the bombing of North Vietnam and he "didn't give a damn" about how many Vietnamese civilians died.
The struggle for a $15 minimum wage in the city of Seattle has reached a significant turning point.
Over 1,100 people continue to be deported each day, while a political stalemate has permeated the White House and the halls of Congress.
While race-conscious admissions policies never will bring a wholesale end to racism, they are critical to combating the exclusion of non-whites from higher education.
Despite the fall of legal segregation, the United States remains a highly segregated society.
A pesar de la derrota de la segregación legal, Estados Unidos sigue siendo una sociedad altamente segregada.
Cutting food stamps by $8 billion over the next decade, poor and working-class families will see immediate cuts of $90 per month, on average.
Beyond partial leaks that have surfaced, it is difficult to get a full picture of what exactly the TPP entails because it is being negotiated in secret.
A campaign for the city's poor and working-class communities
The words “income inequality” and “economic mobility are on the lips of leaders of both major parties. What is behind this trend?