A Tea Party–backed school board's proposal for a more right-wing curriculum led to two weeks of student walkouts and protests in the latest proxy battle in the American culture wars.
In a mass exodus, top firms like Google, Facebook, and Uber have all left the free-market focused organization with ties to the Koch brothers.
Apparently the Koch Brothers-funded conservative lobbying group finally got too evil.
It's one thing for energy tycoons like Koch to want their name plastered all over opera houses and ballet theaters, but now that they're funding science museums, activists are stepping up their game.
Organized labor has been under assault for decades in this country, and a new breed of anti-union laws could be coming to your town next.
It's astroturfing and fearmongering at its finest—and most extreme.
Comedian and TV writer Joe Mande is seven days away from the end of his Million Dollar Kickstarter project. He says, "If you pay me one million dollars, I will host a weekly podcast where I interview comedians and musicians and shit like that."
The billionaire oil barons want you to think they're selfless libertarian ideologues following their hearts, but following the money tells a different story.
The president of the country's largest public employees union said he was deeply troubled that the UNCF accepted the $25 million grant.
We traveled to northern Wisconsin to check in on the bitter environmental, economic, and political battle raging over a proposed iron mine.
Amid talk of a left-wing revival inspired by populists like NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and US Senator Elizabeth Warren, corporate titans from finance to natural gas to big retail to telecom are trying to reshape the party of Obama.
The sun's giving the billionaire brothers a pretty hard time of it.