A specter is haunting Americans. About one in 10 of them.
The city of Chicago is facing allegations that police tortured suspects into false confessions through much of the 70s and 80s.
Less than two weeks after recall campaigns against eight Wisconsin GOP state senators got under way, union members and their allies have already collected half the signatures they need.
Women are calling Republican budget cuts and attacks on public employees a double-barreled "war on women."
Despite weeks, if not months, of labor negotiations between NFL owners and players, the nation's most popular sport could see its first shutdown in 24 years.
"We need a bigger, bolder Communist Party if we are to meet the challenges of the day," Sam Webb, national chair of the Communist Party, USA, said in an interview.
Republicans rammed through a bill that would undo 50 years of labor rights in Wisconsin.
A war of words escalated between King and those who accuse him of starting a McCarthy-style witch hunt against American Muslims.
The only protection workers have to fight against exploitation is a working democracy. And so unions were born.
A coalition of community and labor activists in Sacramento, California are demanding justice for Luis Gutierrez who was fatally shot by three deputies last year and were recently cleared by the U.S. Department of Justice.