Since April, at least 69 people have been appointed or transferred to political jobs within the administration with little or no fanfare. A ProPublica investigation reveals who some of them are.
The New York City event points up the continuing struggle on the island, where many are still without electricity and thousands must seek more federal aid.
Author Naomi Klein teams up with other journalists, Puerto Rican organizational leaders and other activists to maintain focus on the embattled island.
Delayed medical care and poor infrastructure in Puerto Rico led to the deaths of thousands more than was officially reported, the study finds.
Hosted by the Poor People's Campaign, a group of artists and activists shares songs, artwork and cultural stories of racism and poverty in America.
Trumponomics is a thin veneer of an excuse for giving America’s rich, such as billionaire Carl Icahn, whatever they want, while sticking it to everyone else. (At left, a drawing of Icahn.)
Officials say it could take 24 to 36 hours to fully restore power to the island, which was hit hard by Hurricane Maria last September.
Teachers in the U.S. territory worry that its education department will exploit a plunge in enrollment to push charter schools and a voucher program.
The TBS show "Full Frontal" covers everything from vulture capitalists to renewable energy and FEMA's failures in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.