Bill Moyers: It's Been a Good Run...
Bill Moyers: It's Been a Good Run...An update about Moyers & Company and the future of BillMoyers.com.
Inside the NY Fed: Secret Recordings and a Culture Clash
Inside the NY Fed: Secret Recordings and a Culture ClashThe Fed is supposed to monitor big banks. But one new hire was so alarmed by what she witnessed she secretly recorded conversations.
Elderly Woman Gets Caught in GOP's War on Voting
Elderly Woman Gets Caught in GOP's War on VotingEighty-seven-year-old Ruthelle Franks speaks out about being disenfranchised by Wisconsin's voter ID law.
Smart Chart: You're Working More But Earning Less
Smart Chart: You're Working More But Earning LessMiddle-class incomes have been stuck in neutral while the rest of the economy has grown.
- Mariah Blake | Mother Jones | September 18, 2014On Tuesday, hundreds of citizens turned out for the first public hearing on the controversial social science materials now under review as part of the state’s contentious once-in-a-decade textbook adoption process.
- Emily Atkin | ThinkProgress | September 17, 2014People living close to natural gas wells in southwestern Pennsylvania are more than twice as likely to report respiratory illnesses and skin problems than those living farther away.
- September 17, 2014Ai-jen Poo, head of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, receives a $625,000 award to help expand her movement fighting for nannies, house cleaners and home care attendants.
- September 17, 2014A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ...
- Alex Kotch | Facing South | September 16, 2014A new analysis by Facing South reveals that judges are poised to spend record sums in the coming weeks to get elected.
- Erika Eichelberger | Mother Jones | September 16, 2014The Chamber of Commerce typically backs Republicans, but this year it's throwing its weight behind business-friendly Dems.
- Nancy Folbre and Lisa Dodson | The American Prospect | September 16, 2014When the Supreme Court ruled that unions could not collect dues from the home-care workers they represent, the justices set workers and their clients on a course that could harm them both.