Latinos, one of the fastest-growing demographics in the United States, have a message for politicians: We're not apathetic. We're unconvinced.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley all emphasized raising the minimum wage and lowering college costs.
The tragic shootings in Charleston, S.C., have created momentum for the removal of the Confederate flag from the state capitol there.
So far the nones haven't changed the U.S. political landscape very much, but in time, they are going to change it profoundly.
In an interview with Salon, veteran journalist Chris Hedges discusses the likelihood of social revolution in response to the era of corporate power and government unresponsiveness “to the most basic concerns, needs, and rights of the citizenry” in which we live.
Commentary: That Hillary Clinton is accepting money from a controversial Moroccan mining company should be cause for concern.
Polling shows that most Americans want their president to be religious. An atheist candidate does not — if you’ll excuse the pun — “have a prayer.”
A week after refusing to endorse presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Meet the Press—saying that her "substance" regarding economic inequality remains to be seen—New York City Mayor Bill De
Distinctly Catholic: It's shocking to see Sen. Tom Cotton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and city employees of Ferguson fail to realize the significance of communication.
After meditating with the upcoming book Sacred Seed (Golden Sufi Center, 2014), I envisioned hundreds of copies of the beautifully illustrated paperback showing up on Hillary Clinton's doorstep.
The copies would be gifts from organic farmers and members of the spiritual ecology community.