Trump's moves to “sabotage” Obamacare are hardly a death blow for the health law.
What's behind the recent rise in wages for undocumented workers? It could be immigrants' rights activism.
Rich people pretend to be "self-made," but inheritance played a huge role for many.
Die Linke’s electoral result shows what the party must do to really contend for power.
There's little in the Weinstein story that doesn't apply to Bill Clinton.
Eighty years ago, the Flint Sit-Down Strike showed the power of a determined rank and file and a class-conscious leadership.
In an oppressive workplace, everyone has good reason to think speaking out is someone else's job.
Age, race, education — no matter how you slice it, wealth inequality in the US is astronomical.
Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit turns a deep-rooted urban rebellion into a “race riot.”
Medicare for All isn’t just about expanding health coverage. It’s about expanding freedom.
Fatah and Hamas are talking unity again — will this time be different?
Nathan Thrall, author of a new book on the Israel/Palestine conflict, on the logic behind recent developments in the region.