The pandemic, for all its tragedy, has offered the Left a moment. What we decide to do now is all-important.
If Trump wins, he will be convinced that he has a mandate for authoritarianism and further irrationalism; trade unions must become organizations of the class
The Nile River dispute highlights humanity’s dilemma in microcosm: the crisis demands fresh transnational unity, but old geo- (and hydro-) politics continue to predominate
Trump notoriously set up a phony “university” to bilk prospective students of millions of dollars. He lost a civil suit to the outraged victims and had to pay them $25 million. Now the stable genius is coming for America’s universities
Lawmakers are outraged over a recent story alleging that Vladimir Putin may be paying off Taliban soldiers to kill U.S. troops. But why are those troops still in Afghanistan?
Supreme Court Upholds Tribal Sovereignty in OK
Local policymakers are facing pressure to make painful spending cuts. Instead, they should raise taxes on corporations and the wealthy
Another New York Times Russiagate bombshell turns out to be a dud, as dodgy stories spun out by Afghan intelligence and exploited by the Pentagon ultimately failed to convince US intelligence agencies
Many of the organizations and individuals who came together and produced the June 27 action have been part of ongoing collaborations among labor, community activists, social justice fighters, and advocates of abolishing the police
Instead of institutions of retribution, prisons should be refashioned as Therapeutic Centers for Change in which the criminal takes responsibility for their actions but is not made to feel guilty, or despised