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IRS bullies Pastors for Peace, Cuba solidarity activists - petition

The IRS appears to be targeting the faith-based group, which has for decades sent caravans of goods to Cuba as an act of civil disobedience.


Progressive NYC congressman Vito Marcantonio remembered 62 years after his death

Members and supporters of the Vito Marcantonio Forum gathered on August 28 to remember the legacy of the progressive congressman.


Working Families Party endorses Clinton

The next four years could be a huge opportunity to win a fair shake for working families. But that won't happen if Trump is president.


History: Hillary Clinton nominated for Presidency of the United States

The historic nomination takes on significance, because it comes at a time when women's rights are under attack by Republicans in state after state across this country.


This week in history: The SS Andrea Doria sinks off Nantucket

Unanswered questions about the tragedy, and questions of cause and blame, have haunted survivors and investigators for 60 years.


“No touching” through the border’s iron bars

Sunday is the day for families to meet through the border wall. The couple had come to see their daughter, Florita Galvez.


Racist murders continue in Mississippi

Although the State of Mississippi now officially honors Civil Rights leaders killed in the state, the killings continue.


Economic blockade against Cuba – still alive and dangerous

From financial penalties to blocking transactions with Cuban state-run businesses, the U.S. blockade of Cuba is still in force.


Trump’s presidential bid is a scheme to get richer, quicker

Donald Trump might be in it for the money; that's more than enough reason to work hard to make sure he's not allowed anywhere near the Oval Office.


After Indiana: The battle for the hearts and minds of America

The election outcome will be determined by how the Democratic and Republican parties address the crisis facing American working people.

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