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Corporations have directed a gusher of money to climate-change deniers in Congress.
Eighty percent of Americans want to hike wages, but powerful Republicans keep saying no.
Berkeley residents overwhelmingly support the measure, but beverage companies are fighting back.
Thanks in part to Williston, North Dakota, the United States surpassed Saudi Arabia in total oil and gas production, making the nation the number one consumer and producer of fossil fuels.
After Friday’s violent clashes, the greatest conflict facing the movement may come from within.
The petrochemical industry is devastating the state, but no candidates dare take it on.
For one-percenters like the Times columnist, city life has never been better.
Venture capitalists and for-profit firms are salivating over the exploding $788.7 billion market in K-12 education. What does this mean for public school students?
To building a lasting peace between teachers unions and communities of color, we can’t forget their most painful battle of all.