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Cesar Chavez And What Lies Ahead

When I look around me today, I see not just hatred, but also hope.

George Takei Joked About Running For Congress And People Got Very Excited

"I don’t think I’ve ever been more disappointed that an April Fool’s joke wasn’t true."

Hollywood Screen And TV Writers Call For Strike Vote

The WGA had a strike in 2007-2008 that lasted 100 days and succeeded in creating havoc.

Family Says They Were Forced Off Overbooked Delta Flight Over Child's Seat

The Schear family of Southern California says they were threatened with jail time and having their kids taken away.

Why This Democrat Is Focusing On California In Fight To Take Back The House In 2018

A former congressional candidate wants to help Democrats in seven Republican districts carried by Hillary Clinton.

Grand Jury's 'Myth' Report On A California Jail Snitch Scandal Draws Criticism

Legal experts say the jurors' "witch hunt" finding demonstrates the need for an independent probe in Orange County.

8 Million Californians Have Been Drinking Polluted Water For Years

If you want to know how difficult it is to get a water contaminant regulated in the U.S., take a look at the Golden State.

Is Democratic Socialists Of America The Future Of The Left?

More than 116 years after Eugene Debs founded the Socialist Party of America, the future of socialism in the US may be reemerging.

Bipartisan Opposition To Trump's Water Cuts Is Already Growing

Dozens of Democrats and Republicans in Congress are fighting cuts to a program that rural communities rely on for clean water.

Why I March: Climate Change And Migration Have Everything To Do With Each Other

Climate deniers everywhere are ensuring that communities across the globe continue to be displaced.

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