The Washington Post reported last week that 1,600 names are being added to the list of 400,000 people who are suspected of being "terrorists."
The terrible mayhem and slaughter last week at Fort Hood Texas shocked us all. All of us feel deeply for the families, the loved ones and the friends of those who were hurt and killed.
It would be a mistake to classify Bloomberg's November 4 mayoral reelection win as anything but a defeat for the working people of New York City
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors is expected to overturn the mayor's veto of an immigrant rights bill that would preserve the city's sanctuary tradition.
The white streamers were everywhere ― worn as armbands, headbands, neckties, leg-bands ― as hundreds of Richmond High School students gathered on the football field.
The early news was not good for liberals and progressives, but it got better as the night wore on.
Climate change topped headlines in Washington and around the world this week.
BRONX, N.Y. – On Sunday, October 25, close to 1,000 Bronx residents overflowed the gymnasium of the St. Nicolas of Tolentine Church to demand a new “Blueprint for the Bronx,” a blueprint for responsible economic development, quality health care, decent education and affordable housing.
Included in the new defense law signed by President Obama on Oct. 29 is a provision that ends, by 2012, the anti-labor "National Security Personnel System" started by President Bush.
Video: Non-violent civil disobedience is employed at a Glendale, California Cigna office with protestors calling for a public health care option.