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Steven Hsieh: What Paul Ryan Really Means by ‘Inner City’ Culture
Katrina vanden Heuvel: The ‘Next Citizens United’ May Fuel a Popular Uprising
Katrina vanden Heuvel: Rep. Keith Ellison—on His Faith, His Family & Our Future
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Don’t Let Congress Sabotage Diplomacy With Iran
The Obama administration is in the midst of negotiating a peaceful solution to Iran's nuclear program but a bill introduced by Senator...
Tell Congress: It’s Time to Raise the Minimum Wage
It’s far past time that we make this necessary and common sense change.
Demand that Congress Renew Long-Term Unemployment Benefits
Because Congress failed to act, 1.3 million Americans lost a crucial source of income just three days after Christmas.
Tell the FCC: We Can’t Let Prison Phone Companies Exploit Inmates
This Thursday, we’ll deliver a petition with over 28,000 signatures to the FCC.
Tell Congress: We Must Extend Emergency Unemployment Benefits
Thanks to Congress, it’s shaping up to be a bleak holiday season for 1.3 million unemployed Americans.
Keep the Pressure on Congress to Extend Emergency Unemployment Benefits
There’s still time for Congress to decide not to ruin the holidays for 1.3 million unemployed Americans.
Tell Congress: Don’t Leave the Unemployed Out in the Cold
If Congress doesn't act, 1.3 million Americans could lose their unemployment benefits by the end of the year.
Support the Fast-Food Strikes
During today’s historic strike, fast-food workers will walk off the job in over 100 cities.
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Senate Investigation of Bush-Era Torture Erupts Into Constitutional Crisis
The ‘Next Citizens United’ May Fuel a Popular Uprising
The Ukraine Crisis From a Neocon Perspective
Vermont Votes for Public Banking
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