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How Bipartisan Anti-China Rhetoric Is Being Used to Increase U.S. Military Spending
Republicans and Democrats are using the “menace” of China to justify pouring billions into the Pentagon's budget.
Sarah Lazare
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The Supreme Court Said Their Sentencing Was Unconstitutional. But They’re Still Behind Bars.
Despite SCOTUS rulings against life without parole sentences for juveniles, most who received that sentence remain incarcerated.
Katie Rose Quandt
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The Disenfranchised Voters No One Is Talking About: Residents of U.S. Colonies
Hundreds of thousands in Guam and across the U.S. territories will be unable to cast a ballot this November. It’s a stark reminder of America’s brutal colonial legacy.
Tiara R. Na'puti
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Politicians Play Chicken With Economic Relief While Americans Starve
Republicans and Democrats are prioritizing their own political fortunes over the wellbeing of millions.
Hadas Thier
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13 Ways the Vote Is Being Suppressed Ahead of the Election
Half of American voters expect to have difficulty casting a ballot this November.
Janea Wilson
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The Squad Is Growing: A New Crew of Left Challengers Is Bringing Movement Politics to Congress
It's not just AOC, Omar, Pressley and Tlaib. This crop of organizers-turned-politicians—alongside the Squad—plans to usher in a progressive revival in the House of Representatives.
Natalie Shure
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“I Am Black Lives Matter”: Jamaal Bowman on How He’ll Bring the Movement to the House
Natalie Shure
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“This Is What I Do”: Cori Bush on Her Journey from the Streets of Ferguson to Capitol Hill
Natalie Shure
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“Progressive Policies Are Practical”: Marie Newman on Unseating a Conservative Incumbent
Natalie Shure
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“I Have to Give Credit to AOC”: Mondaire Jones on the Inspiration Behind His Historic Left Challenge
Natalie Shure
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As the Housing Crisis Explodes, the Trump Admin Is Quietly Undoing Its “Eviction Moratorium”
Following a pressure campaign from landlords and real estate groups, the Trump administration is giving landlords more leeway to evict tenants.
Rebecca Burns
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The Socialists and Progressives Working Outside of the Biden Campaign to Oust Trump
These grassroots groups may be reaching people the Biden campaign isn’t.
Nuala Bishari
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Progressive Groups Are Preparing to Thwart a Possible Trump-Led Coup. Here's How.
Sometimes democracy needs to be defended in the streets. These grassroots organizations are getting ready.
Maurizio Guerrero
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The Terrifying Alliance Between End Times Christian Zionists and Donald Trump
This far-right Christian organization wants to use foreign policy to pursue the end times—and it has an ally in Trump.
Sarah Lazare
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Want to Help Block Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee? Voting Alone Isn’t Enough.
Avoiding conservative dominion over the Supreme Court will require a mass movement of people in the streets as well as an electoral rebuke of Trump.
Michael Arria
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What’s at Stake for the Labor Movement on Election Day? Everything.
Unions hope a Biden presidency will reverse decades of anti-worker policies.
Hamilton Nolan
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A New Crisis Hotline Could Serve As an Alternative to Policing in Chicago
Police aren’t social workers. A new proposal would stop them from doing both jobs.
Taylor Moore
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The Problem Isn't That People Are Greedy—It's That They're Capitalist
Capitalism's ethos of “grow or die” comes at our expense.
Hadas Thier
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Anti-War Veteran Is Furious Trump Is Twisting His Video Protesting Biden's Iraq War Record
Air Force veteran is demanding Trump stop sharing a dated video of him confronting Biden.
Sarah Lazare
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Tenants Just Won a Nationwide Eviction Ban. They're Still Fighting to Cancel Rent.
President Trump's surprise eviction moratorium is an election hail-mary. But to stave off a disastrous housing crisis, organizers say Democrats—including Joe Biden—must embrace bolder measures.
Rebecca Burns
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10 Ways Remote Learning Is Failing Our Students
Returning to in-person learning poses many risks. So does staying at home.
Dayton Martindale
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Banks Have Made $18 Billion From "Paycheck Protection Program" Processing Fees Alone
Fees paid to banks eclipse funding allocated to develop vaccines, provide medical supplies and feed children.
Colleen Boyle
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Social Abstinence Is Not a Sustainable Pandemic Response
The "just say no" approach isn't working. But here's what might.
In These Times Editors
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The Last Thing Libya Needs Is an Intensification of a U.S. Proxy War
We must stop our government from treating Libya like its own private battleground.
Gregory Shupak
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