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Working Families Party endorses Clinton

The next four years could be a huge opportunity to win a fair shake for working families. But that won't happen if Trump is president.

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Oregon Working Families Party challenges "fast-track" backer Ron Wyden

The Working Families Party has drawn financial and other support from seven Oregon union locals as well as Lewallen's union, the Longshore and Warehouse Workers.

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Trump’s VP pick Mike Pence addresses right-wing lobby ALEC

Indiana's governor, Trump's Republican running mate, addressed - and hailed - ALEC, disregarding worker protests out front of the secretive right-wing cabal's meeting.

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Republicans descend on Cleveland under the shadow of Baton Rouge

Cleveland's airport welcomes visitors to the 2016 Republican National Convention; at the convention itself, the wheels fall off the welcome wagon.

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Trump v. Bernie: First as farce, then as tragedy

Actually allowing such a debate to go forward would be detrimental to the interests of voters everywhere.

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Hartford's "Fighting for Our Future" rally inspires struggle

Big changes require big struggles, and "May Day 2016 -- Fighting for Our Future" set a powerful and inspiring framework for the labor battles and elections this year.

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Florida activists confront the dangers of a Donald Trump presidency

In the Sunshine State, left activists faced up to their options in the 2016 elections.

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Wall Street split between Clinton and Trump, but most back Clinton

One point of view is that some on Wall Street back Hillary Clinton because they fear Trump's "unpredictability" and the effect it could have on financial markets.

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Trump told over one lie a minute

Publishers and broadcasters have learned that Trump's outrageous lying attracts viewers like an automobile crash attracts gawkers.

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Chicago May Day marchers show unity against Trump

Thousands of people marched for a more just society and to confront the face of bigotry and classism: the Republican front runner for president, Donald Trump.

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