A fascinating graph by Colin Gordon for Dissent magazine shows the relationship in the United States between union membership and inequality.
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A weekly round up of developments in US politics.
Republican efforts to kill Obamacare with repeal bills are amounting to nothing, but it’s not for want of support from America’s most strident news outlet.
Russia will only support Annan’s plan if it doesn’t stipulate the form of a unity government, yet the opposition demand the exclusion of Assad’s inner circle.
A survey of global attitudes towards Barack Obama’s presidency reveals ebbing enthusiasm for his policies, yet overwhelming European support for a second term.
The six million American voters that live abroad proved critical to Obama’s victory in 2008. This year, Democrat activists are looking to repeat the trick.
Class action lawsuits against multinational companies may not be viable in future because of the government’s misconceived reforms of the civil justice system.
No single element of the nuclear deterrent – neither submarine, nor missile, nor warhead – is independent despite politicians saying that is what we must have.
As uprisings continue to spread across the Middle East – particularly Libya – in a small corner of New York, the United States has taken a stand which could inflame the region further.