The fiscal cliff is real for people who will suddenly stop receiving unemployment checks.
Two million unemployed workers will lose their benefits before the New Year if Congress fails to extend the unemployment insurance program.
Why do we let doomsayers control the 'fiscal cliff' conversation?
AIDS activists have led the way in direct action against cuts to vital programs.
The stakes of the fiscal showdown couldn’t be higher for people who depend on affordable housing.
It's a lose-lose proposition for the federal government and seniors.
The sacrifice preached by these CEOs in the fiscal cliff debate is most certainly one-sided.
Congressman Heath Shuler has already accepted a lobbying job with Duke Energy.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus is standing up to austerity hawks, promoting a “Deal For All” that protects social spending and invests in real growth.