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Senate Democrats

Longtime democracy activist Ben Manski reflects on the history, and possible futures, of a Green New Deal. Read more


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A journalist fights detention and deportation by ICE. Read more


Nunes seems to have no grasp of satire, parody, free speech or, um, intelligence. Read more


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Reese Erlich

Whenever officials in Washington, D.C. set out to overthrow a foreign government, mainstream U.S. media outlets are there to give a helping hand. Read more

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Overpass Light Brigade

His father was killed by a white supremacist in a mass shooting at a Wisconsin Sikh temple. Today, Pardeep Kaleka works in communities all over the country teaching about how to heal from hate. Read more



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Is Biden’s not-very-progressive record a huge mismatch for the current political moment? Read more



Kevin Dooley

“NATO’s war didn’t leave Yugoslavia any better off. It tore apart families and left the region straddled with debt, picking up the pieces.” Read more


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Giacomo Sini

For a group of women living in an Iraqi Kurdistan refugee camp, a new class imparts lessons that go far beyond self-defense. Read more

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How the rich, binational culture of the Rio Grande Delta in Texas is dealing with its designation as a site of terrorism and chaos. Read more



Lorie Shaull

Climate, indigenous rights, and water security are all at stake in the ongoing fight against Enbridge’s tar sands pipeline. Read more

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Do you really want your Bible signed by the guy who separates mothers from babies, had an affair while his wife was home with a baby and is currently doing his best to take food and healthcare away from poor people? Read more


One response is sustainably conscious and “circularly” produced clothing. Read more


While most of society will publicly denounce what certain parents did to get their already privileged children into elite institutions, it is in important ways nothing new. Read more




U.S. interests promise oil will bring riches to the people of Guyana. But export commodities have rarely benefited the country’s majority. Read more


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Molly Adams

The Medicare for All movement may be gaining steam, but so is its evil counterpoint. Read more

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2020 DNC to be held at a crossroads of racism, working class rage, and socialism. Read more

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Manolo Luna

“I want people to see the truth, regardless of who they are. Because without information, you cannot make informed decisions as a public.” Read more

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Philip Taylor

Corporate mergers around the world are on pace to break a record, with the majority of these mergers occurring in the United States. Efforts to control monopolies have received renewed attention since the 2018 midterms. Read more



Maya Evans

Impoverished people living in numerous countries today would stand a far better chance of survival if weapon manufacturers such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics, and Raytheon, stopped manufacturing and selling death-dealing products. Read more


Lotta’ corruption means lotta’ investigations. Read more