Esther Kaplan is editor of the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute, and author of With God on Their Side: George Bush and the Christian Right.
The jobless recovery means massive speedups for many workers you depend on.
Three New Orleans police officers and two former officers were indicted Friday in the shooting death of Henry Glover, an African-American resident of New Orleans who bled to death while in police custody in the days after Hurricane Katrina struck. The Nation broke the story of his suspicious death last year.
The global press explodes in outrage, but the paper of record turns, as usual, to those it considers "reliable sources"—Israeli officials—while CNN experts justify the violence.
The Secretary of Labor has hired a crew of smart and savvy deputies to enforce the nation’s labor laws.
The death toll of a devastating explosion at the Upper Big Branch Mine in West Virginia has reached twenty-five.
Justice may finally be imaginable for Edna Glover and her family. The charred remains of her son Henry were discovered in the burnt hulk of a car on a levee overlooking the Mississippi River a week after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. But she’d never gotten any answers.