Harvard Law School
A leading expert in the field of labor law and labor relations, Benjamin Sachs is Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry at Harvard Law School.
Organized labor was the foundation of America's middle class in the aftermath of the Great Depression. Recently, the unions have fallen on hard times.
Jan. 6, 2017from To the Point
The house with the picket fence is an American tradition, protected by law. But, as prices rise, homeowners are closing the door on the next generation.
Jul. 11from To the Point
Who Will Carry The Torch?
Jun. 28from Left, Right & Center
It's Night 2 of the first primary debate of the 2020 election cycle. Follow NPR reporters' live analysis and fact checks of the candidates' remarks.
Jun. 27from News Stories
There’s a lot to consider.
Jul. 17from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
President Donald Trump was at a campaign rally in North Carolina Wednesday, basking in chants of “send her back.”
Jul. 18from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
A United Nations expert finds the WikiLeaks founder has been subjected to psychological torture, and media around the globe played a part.
Jul. 12from Scheer Intelligence
President Trump infuriated a fractured Democratic party this week by telling four of its newest members to go back to where they came from, but did his statement galvanize his base or…
Jul. 19from Left, Right & Center
The 2020 presidential race has a crowded field of competitors, and many are making their way to Los Angeles for fundraisers, rallies, and other events. KCRW is tracking LA visits by…
Jul. 18from News Stories
Julian Castro, former HUD secretary and former San Antonio Mayor, says his housing plan calls for a much greater investment to end homelessness by 2028.
Jul. 9from Press Play with Madeleine Brand