The Man Building the Bridge Between Labor Rights and Criminal Justice Reform
The Climate Movement’s Reckoning with Black Lives Matter
Biden's Foreign Policy Picks Are From the Hawkish National Security Blob. That Is a Bad Sign.
Sanders may be out of the race, but by advancing a bold left agenda and putting capitalism on trial, he ignited a movement that will redefine American politics.
This Democrat Is Vying for a Powerful Foreign Affairs Role. His Ties To Right-Wing Groups in Colombia Could Haunt Him.
Sarah Lazare and Maurizio Guerrero
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Trump's Online SNAP Program Helps Amazon and Walmart, But Leaves Rural People Behind
Bryce Oates and Debbie Weingarten
As Covid Surges, Doctors Are Striking Against "Retail Health"
Millions of U.S Workers for Walmart, McDonald’s and Other Corporate Giants Rely on Food Stamps and Medicaid
The $15 Minimum Wage Won in Florida, But Biden Didn't. Here's Why.
Meatpacking Workers Say Attendance Policies Force Them to Work With Covid-19 Symptoms
Bernie Sanders Is Actively Running for Labor Secretary
Illinois Prisoners Say They Don’t Have Access to Hand Sanitizer, Cleaning Supplies or Soap
- 1 In a Functioning Democracy, Pelosi and Schumer Would Have Already Been Tossed from Democratic Leadership
- 2 Democrats Are Scared to Use Their Best Leverage
- 3 One Third of Biden's Pentagon Transition Team Hails From Organizations Financed by the Weapons Industry
- 4 The MAGA Army Tries to Drag America to Hell
- 5 The Message from this Election? Bring the “Ruckus on the Democratic Party.”
The Supreme Court Said Their Sentencing Was Unconstitutional. But They’re Still Behind Bars.
Katie Rose Quandt
Exxon Spends Millions on Facebook To Keep the Fossil Fuel Industry Alive
Inside the Endless Nightmare of Indefinite Detention Under “Civil Commitment”
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It’s Time for the Democrats to Deliver for Workers. Fighting for the PRO Act Is the First Step.
"We Won’t Let Him": Unions Nationwide Are Planning a General Strike If Trump Tries to Steal the Election
The Brazilian Caregivers Facing Longer Hours, Lower Pay and Compulsory Quarantine
Isabela Dias and Barbara Barcia
Biden Can't Reach His Own Climate Goals Without Banning Fracking
Trump tried—and failed—to ride fears about a fracking ban to a second term. Now Biden needs to confront fossil fuels.
Demanding a Place for Palestinians in American Cultural Life
Palestinians aren’t just kept in misery and degradation by the Israeli occupation — they’re also silenced, at home and abroad. Palestinian activists and their supporters are trying to change that.
Regrowing Indigenous Agriculture Could Nourish People, Cultures and the Land
European settlement, government policies and monoculture have nearly eradicated Native American farming practices. A growing movement is reclaiming them.
Christina Gish Hill
Republicans Never Wanted a Fair Fight
Lessons from the tumultuous election in 2000 are still relevant 20 years later.
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Dean Spade on How Mutual Aid Will Help Us Survive Disaster
We have to fundamentally reimagine community if we want to avoid “intensive, uneven suffering followed by species extinction.”