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Immigrants descend on Supreme Court to back Obama’s executive order

If implemented, the executive order, issued by President Obama a year ago, would prevent families from being broken up.


Millions of immigrants continue to wait for relief

This Friday marks the one-year anniversary of Obama's announcement of executive action on immigration.


Alarm grows over prosecutor conduct in Tamir Rice case

The shooting of Tamir Rice occurred on the afternoon of Nov. 22 after a resident saw him waving a toy gun in the park.


Elizabeth Warren rolls out women's economic agenda

"Achieving pay equality for women isn't enough - we have to make sure that all workers, men and women, are earning enough to live on."


Rezoning plan will cause more displacement in New York

The plan is generating resistance from community members, who say that it will usher in more displacement than truly affordable housing.


Protests continue in Minneapolis after fatal shooting of Jamar Clark

Jamar Clark was fatally shot by an officer of the Minneapolis police department on Sun., Nov. 15. 


California State University faculty ready to strike

The California Faculty Association demonstrated in front of the California State University Board of Trustees headquarters.


Today in history: President Truman proposes national health program

Truman said, "The health of American children, like their education, should be recognized as a definite public responsibility." 


Democratic candidates agree: Wall Street must be “reined in”

"I give Bernie Sanders credit for lighting a fire under Americans," Hillary Clinton said at the second debate between candidates for the Democratic Party's nomination for president.


Indigenous News: treaty rights, logos, Oak Flat, mascots

Change the Mascot says about a dozen schools have dropped Native mascots over the past two years and another 20 are considering a change.

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