The MTA's cuts, targeting students and seniors, are even worse than past "doomsday" scenarios, but the truth is, none of these cuts are necessary.
Unemployed workers in Connecticut are having a little bit easier time filing their claims this week due to a mass phone call protest.
The Jan. 19 special election for the late Ted Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts is heating up at a time when President Obama and Democrat lawmakers in Congress are on the verge of passing legislation that would overhaul the country's health care system.
The Obama administration has scored high marks for curbing lobbyist influence and transparency, says a new report by a group of government watch dogs.
Words do matter. But Republicans are the worst offenders when it comes to racism.
The United Farm Workers of America is urging supporters to stop the Texas state Board of Education from eliminating Cesar Chavez and other historic Latino leaders from public school textbooks.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's final budget proposals, issued Jan. 8, are assuring that when he leaves office at the end of this year, he will be forever known as "the terminator" in real life as well as on the silver screen.
President Obama announced funding for tax credits to promote new job growth in the clean energy manufacturing sector.
Chicago Transit Authority riders filed a class action lawsuit charging the state's underfunding of the city's public transit, compared to the suburban rail system, discriminates against minorities.
Hundreds of seniors from all over the state gathered at the Chowder Pot restaurant in Hartford to learn about the meaning of health care reform.