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The COVID-19 crisis is more than a biological pandemic. It is an economic emergency that affects everyone in the world. More than 16 million Americans have filed for unemployment in the past three weeks — the largest numbers ever seen in the U.S. in such a short timespan.
To anyone concerned about the growing influence of corporations on our government, the hollowing out of the middle class and a Democratic Party elite that primarily serves those with large bank accounts, the end of Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid Wednesday is a depressing moment in history.
Axios reported Monday on former Vice President Joe Biden’s short list for cabinet pick as the likelihood of a Biden nomination has increased after three weeks of major electoral victories.
Late last year, Indiana Democratic Rep. Carey Hamilton introduced a bill that would eliminate the sales tax on feminine hygiene products and diapers, often dubbed the “tampon tax.” Indiana is one of 31 states that still levies a sales tax on women for buying essential feminine products and parents for buying diapers.
After carpet-bombing the American people with $400 million dollars in television and digital advertising, former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg met the polling threshold to qualify for Wednesday’s Democratic primary debate. The debate did not go well for him.
As the annual policy conference beginning Mar. 1 for the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, draws near, public pressure is mounting for Democratic hopefuls to boycott the event typically frequented by national political figures.
On Jan. 24, Iraqi citizens participated in a massive march against the continued U.S. occupation of their country. One estimate from the Iraqi Center of Studies put the number of demonstrators at 2.5 million.
President Donald Trump is still misleading the public about Iran more than two weeks after he brought the country to the brink of war by ordering the assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani.
We’ve all seen or read about the chilling scenes from Australia as the continent is ravaged by fires. In the middle of the day, the sky is a reddish haze, and drivers must use headlights to see in front them. The air is so thick with smoke that people cannot safely go outside for more than a few minutes. Families are forced to decide which of their valuables are worth keeping before they evacuate their homes.
In August 1945, the development and dropping of the atomic bombs ushered humanity into an unprecedented era. For the first time in human history, we possessed the capacity for complete species destruction.
Over the past several decades, the neoliberal paradigm has dominated global economics. The neoliberal period has been marked by privatization, supremacy of finance capital and the centrality of unaccountable global financial organizations such as the IMF and World Bank. The result has been skyrocketing inequality and the erosion of democratic institutions.
Ellen Degeneres caught a lot of heat after she was shown being friendly with former president George W. Bush, a bona fide war criminal. Many were quick to point out the dangers in rehabilitating the image of people responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths. Bush should be held accountable, not celebrated as just one more retired celebrity. This standard should apply to all war criminals, even the ones who are venerated by much of the public.
Last week, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders complained of chest pains during a campaign event in Los Vegas.
Richard Nixon’s impeachment investigation and resignation have stood tall in the minds of Americans. For many, it is a shining example of American self-correcting institution keeping power in check. Pundits today have drawn comparisons between Nixon's corruption and President Donald Trump, but they are missing one crucial similarity: The establishment had no problem with the worst of Nixon’s crimes just as they ignore the worst of Trump’s crimes.
This Friday, students and community activists are organizing a strike in order to protest global inaction on change. The protest will be one of over 2,500 such events across 150 countries with millions of participants. Climate activist Greta Thunberg is the leading voice of Fridays for the Future, a global movement of student activists striking from school every Friday in support of climate action.
Images of the thick dust clouds lingering over gaping craters at Ground Zero in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington D.C. and a field in Pennsylvania have been branded into the minds of every American.
Where someone receives news has an enormous effect on how they see the world.
In 2014, Edward Snowden gave up a nice life, a well-paid job and freedom in defense of the people’s right to know how our lives are being monitored. Debate about our data falls in and out of the mainstream, but we need to be constantly vigilant about the forces trying to collect and use our personal data.
In electoral politics, candidates live and die by fundraising. The 2016 general election cost a total of $6.8 billion among all of the candidates. The presidential race accounted for $2.8 billion.
Several reports have come to light describing the abhorrent conditions migrants face after being detained at the border. Many are rightly describing the migrant facilities as concentration camps.