"We're going to reach out to working people. We're going to say: 'you're right to be angry, but many of you are looking in the wrong places for solutions.'"
"Congress is doing nothing; we say: 'no more'! There's deep frustration with a system we no longer feel hears our voices."
Workers have marched through the streets and demanded recognition of independent unions.
"It often breaks my heart," she said, "but I have to send children back to their home countries even though I know I might be giving them a death sentence."
Bernie Sanders made a special appeal to union members, who for years have been the target of attacks by right-wing Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.
The Caamals are being evicted by a real estate investment firm that preys on victims of the foreclosure crisis.
Activists have begun a march that they say will culminate with a massive civil disobedience action in the nation's capital.
A three-judge federal court at Jackson, Miss., outlawed Mississippi's $2 poll tax as a voting requirement for state and federal elections.
Spring came early in Maryland this year - the pollen count is sky high, a G.I. flu has broken out, and there is a red hot election going on.
Two documents on budget priorities and governing presented in recent weeks stress helping everyday people instead of the rich.