It’s the sixth state to have a teacher’s strike in 2018.
“People are being told that they're doing better—but they aren't.”
The Department of Health and Human Services is surveying military sites to house children who are separated from their parents at the border or who arrive unaccompanied by an adult.
Open primaries, early voting and automatic voter registration are key steps that states can take, according to the progressive think tank co-founded by Jane Sanders, the wife of Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Hundreds are arrested in Washington, D.C., as they protest inequality and other pressing issues.
With the attorney general "self-referring" cases, immigrants and their advocates are bracing themselves for harsher rulings.
Publications across the country may be bleeding jobs, but it’s a great time to be a reporter in D.C.
Thousands of activists and civil rights advocates gather in an effort to relaunch Martin Luther King's fight against poverty, war and income inequality.
A movement to bring poverty to the center of the political agenda kicks off Monday, and Truthdig is launching a reader-funded drive to help the website cover the story.
Legislation that Democrats have created might pass the Senate, but it has little chance of clearing the House.