With everything on the line, from Social Security and Medicare to the right to organize, working class families came out, many for the first time, to make their voices heard.
Connecticut residents jammed into the Hartford train station to demand that the governor and state legislature "get on board" for the state health care program with a public option.
100 protesters rallied in front of Bank of America here on Tax Day to single out that bank for enjoying huge profits while paying little or no taxes.
Today, speedup has moved beyond the assembly line, to blue-, pink- and white-collar jobs everywhere, even in universities.
A large interfaith rally Dec. 14 demaned implementation of a state public option that would bring residents the full benefit of national health care.
Three leaders have been named as recipients of the Amistad Award to be presented here by the People's World on Sunday, Dec. 5.
Two weeks before election day, an unnamed outside Republican business group poured $1 million into vicious ads attacking Democratic incumbent Rep. Chris Murphy in the 5th Congressional District, claiming he voted for "Viagra for sex offenders."
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Judges and lawyers, professors and educators, family and friends all spoke fondly of Ruth Calvin Emerson at the celebration of her life held at the New Haven Peoples Center on June 26.
WASHINGTON (PAI) - Is single-payer government-run health care - a key cause for 21 international unions and 500 other labor organizations and a bugaboo for the health insurers and the Radical Right - in the massive health care overhaul Congress approved on party-line votes and President Barack Obama signed?
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- The need for good jobs brought New Haven community and union leaders to Mayor John DeStefano's office on May 19.