The reporter who broke the R. Kelly story is ready for everyone else to care about it

Reporter Jim DeRogatis’ phone rings all the time. It rings in the middle of the night, and it rings first thing in the morning, and it rings on Christmas, and it rings on Thanksgiving. At the other end of the line are the women who…

A teacher claims he was fired for his sexuality in federal discrimination lawsuit

A Kentucky middle school chorus teacher came out as bisexual on Instagram in the spring of last year. A month later, he lost his job. Now he’s bringing a federal discrimination lawsuit against the Montgomery County Board of Education. The teacher, Nicholas Breiner, who taught at…

The anti-abortion movement’s latest attack on Roe v. Wade is less subtle than a trainwreck

Last Friday, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) gave both middle fingers to the Supreme Court of the United States. A new law, signed by Reynolds, effectively bans abortions around the sixth week of pregnancy — before many people are even aware that they are pregnant….

RELEASE: CAP Proposes Wage Boards—Industry-Level Collective Bargaining—To Raise Wages and Restore Worker Power

Washington, D.C. — Strengthening and growing the middle class and raising wages are among the most critical challenges facing the country today, and the most effective and direct way to boost wages is to modernize how workers negotiate for a raise. Conservative efforts to kill raises in…

Wage Boards for American Workers

Introduction and summary Raising wages and strengthening and growing the middle class are among the most critical challenges facing the country today. Wages for the typical worker have hardly budged in four decades, as the vast majority of economic gains have gone to the rich.1…