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Why are members of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) taking to the street as the latest workers to go on strike this year? Here’s one reason: auto industry profits soared by 92% in ten years, to $250 billion, while worker pay has declined by nearly 20% since 2008.
Congress should permanently expand the Child Tax Credit and lift millions of kids out of poverty.
Xinka activists fighting a silver mine deserve international support as they face down threats.
This year, the Best States to Work Index charts a new way that states are actively moving BACKWARD: by weakening restrictions on child labor. That’s right: child labor.
In the run-up to World Humanitarian Day this week, Isabelle Tallec looks at Oxfam’s locally led response to the Ukraine crisis, working with dozens of local and community organisations to support the most marginalised groups of refugees and displaced people.
As Congress considers what should go in the next Farm Bill, we ask: How can we tackle the real challenges facing us in the years ahead? From domestic food insecurity to the devastating impacts of climate change, there's a lot to take on.