It's never too earlier to start rebuilding and reimagining the city we all want to live in.
With a Democrat again in the White House for the next four years, the labor movement has won some much-needed breathing room, says organizer and author Jane McAlevey.
As we saw in this election, people of color can no longer be called "minorities." It's time to seize that power in the fight for true equality.
The author and activist doesn't have a utopia to offer, but rather, warns of a dystopia to avoid.
Aid to neighborhoods populated by New York City's low-income residents and people of color has been largely absent.
The Nation's Christopher Hayes discusses the tone-deafness of the McCain campaign and the reemergence of Rudy Giuliani as a GOP attack dog.
CBS News Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan feels responsible for Americans not understanding what's going on in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Phil Donahue talks about his experience as a talk show host on MSNBC during the buildup to the invasion of Iraq.
McCain has received millions in donations from the same companies that helped the Bush administration create an energy plan that has helped raise gasoline to $4 a gallon.
Jon Stewart mocks the media's willingness to peddle insane rumors about Barack Obama--and their tendency to place the blame on the internet.
Antiwar activist Ava Lowery and the ACLU's Anthony Romero discuss the legal quagmire into which the country has sunk since 9/11.