“As the country slowly claws out of the economic downturn, we face crucial questions about what this recovery should mean, what recovering cities should look like, and who should get recovered along the way.”
This weekend Madeleine Albright introduced Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire saying, “there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t support other women."
Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have been declared the official winners of the first primaries of this election season.
Flint may be years away from a solution to its current crisis, but in a few cities elsewhere in the country, there is, at least, a modicum of hope when it comes to developing ways to begin to address this country’s poisonous past.
We don't need any institute to tell us who would benefit from TPP. All we need to know is that it was negotiated in strict secrecy with global corporate elites while we consumers and workers were locked out.
The majority-Democratic legislature voted to override the Republican governor's veto.
One teacher joined the NUT the day before the strike so they could join the action. Another filled out their NUT membership form on the picket line.
"If ratified, the TPP would lock in monopolies for certain new medicines, biological medicines that help people like me stay alive."
The President of the Portuguese Medical Association, José Manuel Silva, has called for a Global ban on the World’s most used herbicide, Glyphosate, over the many health concerns surrounding the chemical.
“We are living through the greatest ‘wealth grab’ in history. But inequality is not produced by immutable forces. It’s the result of a legislative agenda promoted by the rich and executed by their political allies.”