Brandon Johnson Drops ShotSpotter
By fulfilling a campaign promise to end the contract with ShotSpotter, Johnson makes Chicago the largest city to cut ties with the controversial gunshot-detection company. The program could be finished as early as the end of this week.
Siri Chilukuri
Forget Elections. Build Your Union.
Political power comes from labor power. Not vice versa.
Hamilton Nolan
The War on Gaza Is a Labor Issue
Workers in the U.S. can't look away from Israel's assault on Gaza—our labor is helping fuel the war machine.
Paul Stauffer
Photo of the Crazy Mountain Range in Montana. Mountains in the distance have snow on them in the background. In the foreground is a lush, green mountain valley.
Rural America
How To Privatize a Mountain
As a wave of wealth sweeps Montana, landowners are blocking the public from public lands.
Joseph Bullington
Donald Trump Wants to Poison the Soul of the Labor Movement
Trump is trying to court union members by saying he's a "friend" to labor—but he's actually a billionaire scab out to strip workers of their rights.
Jeff Schuhrke
ViewpointEn EspañolIsrael & Palestine
“Ya Termine De Votar Por El Menor De Los Males. No Votaré Por Joe Biden en 2024.”
A menos de que Biden cambie drásticamente su rumbo sobre Palestina, los votantes musulmanes—votantes críticos en estados clave—no votaran por él, y los demócratas no podrán culpar a nadie más que a sí mismos.
Saqib Bhatti
InterviewIsrael & Palestine
Has Biden Completely Lost Michigan? Voters are “Uncommitted.”
A new campaign in Michigan is urging voters to vote "Uncommitted" in the upcoming presidential primary instead of President Joe Biden. One of the leaders of the campaign says “a vote uncommitted is a vote for humanity.”
Eman Abdelhadi and Layla Elabed
Is Biden Letting Republicans Set the Terms of the Immigration Debate?
“We have given into the Republican narrative in such a way that we’re beginning to sound like them”: A roundtable discussion with Rep. Delia Ramirez, Heba Gowayed, Victor Narro and Carlos Rojas Rodriguez
Natascha Elena Uhlmann
Una mano con forma de bandera americana agarra un alarme de espino
ViewpointInterviewEn Español
¿Está Permitiendo Biden Que Los Republicanos Fijen Los Términos Del Debate Sobre Inmigración?
“Hemos cedido a la narrativa republicana de tal manera que estamos empezando a sonar como ellos.” Una discusión con Rep. Delia Ramírez, Heba Gowayed, Víctor Narro y Carlos Rojas Rodríguez
Natascha Elena Uhlmann
An F-16 in a clear blue sky fires a missile downward.
InvestigationGoodman Institute
House Bill Would Hide Billions More Dollars in U.S. Weapons Sales
The proposed notification thresholds would have shielded $635 million in sales from congressional oversight in 2023 alone.
Rosie Khan, Janet Abou-Elias, Lillian Mauldin and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency
CultureIsrael & Palestine
Letters From Gaza
“I yearn for our voices to echo across the globe with the truth, reaching out to those who seek it.”
Sherell Barbee
ViewpointRural America
Louisiana’s Prison System—Brought to You by Big Oil
How oil money turned Louisiana into the prison capital of the world.
Lydia Pelot-Hobbs
Photo of a person holding a staple gun, stapling Narcan nasal spray boxes to a tree.
As Fentanyl Overdoses Soar, LA City Crews Toss State-Funded Narcan from Encampments
“After sweeps, late at night when there’s no providers here, when there’s no one to give the Narcan to people, people are running up and down the street screaming, begging for Narcan.”
Jack Ross
Hyundai Workers in the South Are the Latest to Join UAW’s Sweeping Union Drive
Following record contract wins at the Big Three, the United Auto Workers is spearheading an ambitious organizing campaign that’s spreading across the U.S. South.
Luis Feliz Leon
In a Victory for Progressives, Chicago Is Now the Largest U.S. City to Call for a Cease-Fire
Mayor Brandon Johnson broke a tie in City Council to pass a cease-fire resolution, making Chicago the latest in a string of cities to demand an end to the assault on Gaza.
Miles Kampf-Lassin
The UAW Strike Saved Their Shuttered Plant, But the Fight Is Just Beginning
The revival of the Stellantis plant is a stunning reversal of fortunes for Belvidere, Ill. But workers say they won’t rest until they see the concrete being poured.
Sarah Lazare
Black background. The silhouette of a country is filled with black-and-white drawings of houses and buildings. In red, it reads "Palestine" in Arabic.
FeatureIsrael & Palestine
“From the River to the Sea”: Palestinians Resist Erasure
Why many insist on using the phrase.
Maha Nassar
The U.S. Should Put Price Controls on All Drugs
Pharmaceutical companies are resisting public scrutiny and suing over modest drug price regulations. It’s past time to regulate their profiteering.
Sonali Kolhatkar
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