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Socialist Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and liberal commentator Marc Lamont Hill both bemoaned the American media's "coronation" of Hillary Clinton as the 2016 Democratic nominee, arguing that she does not represent progressive values.
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It's always time to worry when you hear that something has to be done, and done right away, or else a calamity of unimagined proportions will strike.
CNN contributor and Columbia University associate professor Marc Lamont Hill lamented on Monday's Crossfire on CNN that the movement engaged in the coronation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as the next Democratic presidential nominee was driving him "nuts."
The reality is the USPSis on the brink of a financial crisis, and it is foolish to think that the long-term prospects for mail volume are good.
The Department of Water and Power San Fernando Valley Generating Station is seen December 11, 2008 in Sun Valley, California.
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With lots of agreement, some divergence, and plenty of questions still to consider, progressives weigh in on a 'Bernie Sanders for President' campaign.
Two weeks ago, the veteran community was dealt dual setbacks from the hands of the United States government.
Jazz fingers, dance moves -- and plenty of passion. The Urban Reach Dance Convention is giving aspiring dancers the chance to learn from some of the music industry's most acclaimed teachers, who have worked with artists like Justin Timberlake and Rihanna.
Senator Bernie Sanders is among a group of Senators set to hold an "all-nighter" to call attention to climate Change.
Ralph Nader is exasperated. Not an unusual condition for him. But the cause of his frustration, this time, is not GM or Al Gore or any of the usual suspects.
Why Settle is the name of an ActBlue page that suggests that we do not have to always settle for vile careerist corporate shills as presidential nominees.
Washington Monthly's Phillip Longman takes a closer look at the claims made by the likes of Rick Perry about Texas' economic success, and finds them largely wanting.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is causing some national buzz. The independent from Vermont says he is seriously considering a run for President, and has granted several interviews with national publications about that possibility.
Twenty-eight members of the U.S. Senate plan to take to the floor Monday and talk through the night about multiple perils of climate change and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that are warning the Eart.