Meet Jennifer Lunden and Linda Cook, two first-time MoveOn petition-starters who, together with nearly 30,000 signers, are fighting for healthcare.
Find out which sector poured the most cash into your state’s political campaigns last year with this map from Mother Jones.
Here’s what you need to know about fracking — and why it’s not such a good idea to blast the earth with a toxic chemical soup.
Eight kids and teens die from gunshot wounds every day, and gun-related deaths have been increasing in the U.S. since 2000. It’s time to make this stop.
Federal firefighters are denied the pay, benefits, and title that state and local firefighters receive. 24-year-old Lindon Pronto is trying to change that.
Did you know that your C-section, asthma, or pregnancy is a “preexisting condition” that insurance companies can use to deny you coverage?
“Inequality affects us all: rich, poor, middle class, everyone,” director Jacob Kornbluth says.
This web of white supremacy groups is trying to scare black people into protesting immigration reform.
The Disparity in Unemployment Rates Between African-Americans and Whites Remains Mostly Unchanged 50 Years Later
Part of “I Have a Dream” was a cry for equal job opportunities for everyone, regardless of race. But decades later, the situation doesn’t seem to have improved.
For the first time in 35 years, U.S. and Iranian leaders might meet at the UN General Assembly. Sara Haghdoosti is fighting to make that happen.