A divided Spain voted Sunday in its third general election in four years, with all eyes on whether a far-right party will enter Parliament for the first time in decades and potentially help unseat the Socialist government.
By Aritz Parra, Associated Press
President Trump gave his longest speech ever on Saturday at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, held in Maryland. Touting his 2016 victory, he said he will win 2020 presidential bid by an even a wider margin. He…
By PBS NewsHour
Socialism is becoming increasingly appealing among young Americans who value universal health care, free public college and living wages. In her new book, “Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism,” Kristen Ghodsee argues that implementing socialist concepts would make women’s…
By Paul Solman
"When women enjoy their own sources of income, and the state guarantees social security in old age, illness, and disability, women have no economic reason to stay in abusive, unfulfilling, or otherwise unhealthy relationships," writes Kristen Ghodsee.
By Gretchen Frazee
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, July 29, President Trump threatens to shut down the U.S. government, and a look at why scientific discoveries didn't spur more action on climate change in the 1980s. Also, can Italy meet the growing demand…
By Jeff Greenfield, Laura Fong
In other industrialized countries, movement towards a democratic form of socialism has been strong enough to win national elections. So why hasn’t socialism ever become a powerful force in American politics? There are lots of reasons, as well as younger…
By Jessica Yarvin
Donald Trump’s rise to the presidency thrust far-right groups into the spotlight. But on the other end of the political spectrum, socialist organizations across the country are quietly experiencing a surge in popularity of their own, driven in part by…
Amid Venezuela's ongoing economic crisis, protests this month in the nation's capital over shortages of medicine and basic supermarket necessities have spotlighted the ripple effect of the falling price of oil, the country's main export.
Seattle councilwoman Kshama Sawant is a leader in Seattle's movement to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. But even that, she says, won't be enough to overcome an economic system that's not working for America.
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