Voters may decide fate of Emergency Manager law

Attorneys representing Stand Up for Democracy, a broad coalition of labor and community groups, presented the case.

Wisconsin primary: Step 1 in a post-Walker recovery

So much for the Republican and establishment media effort to concoct a fight.


With Lugar defeat GOP races farther right

Lugar's defeat is seen as a loss to advocates for a sensible foreign policy.


Republican war spreads to students

Republican senators today filibustered the Stop Student Loan Interest Rate Hike Act. Their action threatens to create havoc with the economy, and wreck the country's future.


Senate hearing targets Ohio voter suppression law

Filling a federal courtroom and adjacent overflow room, some 300 Cleveland area residents heard two hours of testimony on Ohio's new voter suppression law.


Obama tears into Romney at campaign kickoff

In his first official rally of the 2012 campaign, the president ripped Mitt Romney before a crowd of about 14,000.