In her first interview with NPR since taking office, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm made the case for sweeping reforms in order to meet President Biden's pledge to make the U.S. carbon neutral by 2050.
Before Huck Auen saw his unemployment benefits unfrozen last weekend — among perhaps tens of thousands of other Coloradans — he and his family were subsisting on $10 grocery runs and selling scrap metal.
Bayard Rustin met MLK during the Montgomery Bus Boycott. During this time, King was keenly aware of the threats against him, which is why his bodyguards were armed. This changed when Rustin introduced King to Gandhian nonviolence.
We started Black History Month talking about reparations, and we're ending it the same way — this time with a convo w @EAlexTheGreat & @whitneybdow. We're talking justice, transformation, and why payback is a...well, you'll see.
North Korea is using forced labor from its network of prison camps to mine minerals to earn foreign currency — and is using the funds to support its nuclear weapons programs, according to a human rights group.
In a blow to President Biden and congressional Democrats, the Senate parliamentarian ruled that a plan to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour can't be included in Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief legislation.