After per-mile pay is slashed by 25 percent, a group seeks a livable wage, a cap on the company's commissions and a voice going forward.
Most Democratic candidates can easily clear the low bar the GOP has set. But quests for social justice can only be achieved by grassroots power.
Fueled by a wave of youthful activists, Israel's policies toward the Palestinians spurs persistent calls for boycotts and disinvestment.
Around the world, youths are protesting their governments' failures to take action on climate change.
Children from the Sunrise Movement visited her office to explain their fears about the future.
Teachers in the northern California city plan to raise picket signs in the latest strike by educators over classroom conditions and pay.
The global walkouts, set for March 15, have been inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
A state senator credits the community "that was going to be profoundly affected by" the project and who "started asking questions.”
It won’t be easy, and its prospects are still hazy, but a new movement for a real people’s party is forming in the U.S.
Chris Hedges speaks with journalist Max Blumenthal and Electronic Intifada co-founder Ali Abunimah about "The Lobby," a recently leaked four-part Al-Jazeera film.