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Why Bernie should stay in the race

Bernie made clear that the campaign was not about him, it was about building a political revolution that would last years after the election was over.

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South Carolinians facing tough times, but think politicians won’t help

Voters and non-voters alike see themselves and their neighbors facing hard times. But many of those we talked with feel that they are on their own.

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Progressive economist on Sanders platform: Median income would soar to $82k

Sanders' programs will increase economic activity and employment and promote a more just prosperity with a narrowing of economic inequality.

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People's World in the streets: Voters react to “President Trump” (with video)

We went to San Francisco State University to ask voters their thoughts on Donald Trump's proposal to build a wall at the U.S. borders.

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Lack of media attention to Holtzclaw trial: Do black women matter?

The trial of the former Oklahoma City police officer charged with sexually assaulting and raping 13 black women, began this Monday.

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UFC's ultimate fighters battle for fair treatment

Sara McMann researched and found that 86 percent of women fighters in the UFC could be negatively impacted by the deal with Reebok.

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“Put the middle class first” bus tour rolls into Connecticut

Lt. Gov. Wyman recalled that the day after the "Raise the Minimum Wage" bus tour, "we were able to raise Connecticut's minimum wage so people would not live in poverty."

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U.S. schools more segregated than in 1954

The new segregation, by class and income, harms students just as the old state-legalized segregation in the Solid South did.

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CPUSA leader talks strategy for defeating the extreme right

In a speech he delivered to a recent members conference of the CPUSA, Sam Webb, the party's chairman, acknowledged "it is easy to become frustrated with the pace and scale of change in recent years."

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Communists discuss U.S. path to socialism

One of the things driving their commitment is concern about the growing threat to humanity's future coming from environmental degradation.

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