New Orleans police are charged with covering up the deadly shootings of innocent people on the Danziger Bridge as they were on their way to search for food days after Hurricane Katrina had laid waste to their city.
As a member of a “minority” group, “one thing you realize, you can’t get anything done unless you have support of some of the majority.”
State officials sent letters to four Catholic Charities agencies that place children, explaining the decision to not renew foster care and adoption contracts.
Bain Capital, the source of much of Romney's vast wealth, does little to help his job-creating credibility.
Over 200 community activists, union members and students rallied outside of right-wing Republican Senator Roy Blunt's office in St. Louis demanding "no cuts" to Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security.
There's bad news for the nation's 14 million unemployed: Two top experts at the Economic Policy Institute say the jobs slump will continue.
In addition to poor working conditions, unstable pay, and the lack of respect that are endemic to the care industry as a whole, care workers also face a unique legal barrier to obtaining just working conditions.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported an increase of only 18,000 net new American jobs in June 2011.
Rep. Murphy said that if the cap on Social Security taxes on high incomes was raised, the solvency of the fund would be secured for the future.
Songwriter Howly Slim will be perfoming at the Lavender Festival in Sequim, Wash., and tells of ASCAP and BMI system that has gone "terribly wrong."