Racialized police violence and criminal legal abuse in Chicago is not an aberration but rather a reflection of a long history dating back to the sundown towns of the early 20th century and the wave of deindustrialization of the last four decades.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders disagree about the distribution of economic power within the financial industry. While Clinton says the government should simply regulate bad practices, Sanders wants to replace big banks with more democratic structures.
In between middle school, tae kwon do and saxophone lessons, 13-year-old Gabe Mandell, along with seven other young environmental activists, sued the government of Washington State. By legally challenging a state agency's approach to carbon emission regulation, they hoped to protect the planet for future generations. Here's what they gained.