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By embracing Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Socialists of America reaped the harvest of politicized young people no longer afraid of the s-word.
By embracing Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Socialists of America reaped the harvest of politicized young people no longer afraid of the s-word....Read More
"By midnight on election night, we were already flooded with inquiries from our clients. People were immediately panicked," one attorney said.
Austin immigration attorneys sprang into action in the aftermath of Trump's election......Read More
Austin’s Ed Ward Celebrates the Black Musicians Who Made Rock ‘The History of Rock & Roll’ pays tribute to some lesser-known pioneers of...Read More
More than 2.6 million Americans and 287,000 Texans are paid at or below the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Hundreds of Texas workers joined a national day of action for a $15 minimum wage and union representation despite a political climate hostile to labor....Read More
In this edition of Strangest State, featuring weird news from far-flung Texas: Beer is the "devil's draft" in Canyon, plus "clown busters" in Amarillo....Read More
Demonstrators held signs reading 'We stand with our Muslim neighbors,' 'Jews reject Trump' and "you make America great.'
A crowd of 300 Austin demonstrators gathered Friday at Nueces Mosque to show solidarity with Muslim Americans after a spate of anti-Muslim incidents....Read More
Steve Adler said the task force will focus on institutional racism, rather than individual attitudes.
“Don’t be afraid to break some eggs,” Mayor Adler instructed task force leaders during a Wednesday afternoon press conference. “And don’t be afraid to...Read More
Several hundred people — many of them wearing “Don’t mess with Texas families” T-shirts — assembled at Austin City Hall Sunday morning, in support of ...Read More