It's worthwhile to remember Christmas 1921, the day that arguably the most successful socialist in American history, Eugene Debs, was released from prison.
Millennials are facing double-digit unemployment rates, low wages, mounting college costs, and crippling student-loan debt.
The time for government action is now. In the days and weeks to come, labor and immigrant rights organizations will hold more dramatic actions.
On Sept. 25, 1789, the first Congress of the U.S. approved 12 amendments to the recently adopted U.S. Constitution, and sent them to the states for ratification.
Many of our hardest working union sisters and brothers just completed the most important AFL-CIO convention in history.
All of us on the left who see the importance of strengthening the labor movement need to be fully engaged in this process.
But the alleged business job creation rate is not enough to make a positive dent in the number of jobless, which was 11.8 million in May.
On August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal officially opened, after 32 years of construction and an estimated 28,000 worker deaths.
Alexander Berkman took a shot at and stabbed but failed to kill Henry Clay Frick, the steel magnate.