by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 26, 2016
"The conditions that these workers are forced to endure is an outrage, and have no place in our nation."
by Justin Salhani May 26, 2016
Saudi has come under heavy criticism after the Senate unanimously approved legislation that would allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue.
by Natasha Geiling May 26, 2016
At Feeding the 5000, volunteers make a meal for thousands of people out of food that would have been thrown away.
by Alice Ollstein May 26, 2016
"It brings back a lot of ugly symbolism with the poll taxes of the past, when you had to pay to exercise your right to vote."
by Mary Ellen Kustin -- Guest Contributor May 25, 2016
One in five animal and plant species in the United States -- nearly 1,300 total species -- is at risk of extinction.
by Zack Ford May 25, 2016
Texas and a bunch of other states don't want to respect transgender students.
by Samantha Page May 25, 2016
"The business strategy as it exists today, and as it existed for the last 50 years, is not a business strategy that is going to work in the 21st century."
by Kira Lerner May 25, 2016
The number of people facing the federal death penalty has increased dramatically in the last few decades thanks to one significant policy change.
by Alan Pyke May 25, 2016
A white professional politician who was in diapers when John Lewis got his skull broken by Alabama state troopers just tried to hijack Lewis' legacy in order to undermine poverty programs.
by Laurel Raymond May 25, 2016
Whether or not they win, cases like this can bleed news companies dry -- which might make them less likely to publish news and criticism in the first place.