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The veteran Republican has made headlines for openly lamenting that white nationalism and white supremacy are considered offensive terms.
GM's latest layoffs are a brutal reminder that American corporations exist only to advance the interests of their shareholders.
Taylor Sappington should have ridden into office on a blue wave, but the Nelsonville native couldn't win over Ohio's unions.
Candidates say they've never heard of it, and the organization hasn't registered with the Federal Election Commission as required.
Ballot initiatives seek reforms for laws on policing, prosecution, mass incarceration and other issues.
The Campaign Workers Guild has notched several major victories for a transient workforce, including fair pay, days off and new fair discipline processes.
Email systems of officials in a troubling number of counties with hotly contested races are prone to hacking, a new survey finds.
There have always been more wealthy and less wealthy urban centers, but nothing like the kind of inequality that's on display today.