The Circular, Murderous Logic of Henry Kissinger
Henry Kissinger Died a Better Death Than He Deserved
René Rojas, Bhaskar Sunkara and Jonah Walters
How Israel Got an Endless Supply of U.S.-Made Smart Bombs
Ari Tolany, Lillian Mauldin, Janet Abou-Elias and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency
By advancing a bold left agenda and putting capitalism on trial, Sanders ignited a movement that will redefine American politics.
The New Cold War in the Arctic
How Europe Outsourced Border Enforcement to Africa
UAW Endorses Cease-Fire, the Largest U.S. Union to Call for an Immediate End to the Violence
The UAW Just Challenged the Entire Labor Movement to Get More Ambitious
The UAW Strike Points the Way To a Different Vision of Economic Life
The Labor Movement's History of Backing Israel—and the Changing Climate Amid the War on Gaza
The New York Supreme Court Just Blocked a Union From Voting on a Pro-Palestine Resolution
Illinois Prisoners Say They Don’t Have Access to Hand Sanitizer, Cleaning Supplies or Soap
- How Spotify Is Quietly Supporting the Military-Industrial Complex
- UAW Endorses Cease-Fire, the Largest U.S. Union to Call for an Immediate End to the Violence
- Donald Trump Makes a Mockery of Populism
- Israel’s Brutality Is Stoking the Imagination of India's Far Right
- The Right's Persecution of Palestine Supporters Looks a Lot Like a New Red Scare
Europa Está Externalizando su Represión Transfronteriza a África
What It's Like to Have an Abortion Denied by Dobbs
The Young Miners Dying of “An Old Man’s Disease”
Working In These Times
UAW Members Ratify Deal with the Big Three
UPS and Autoworkers Are Inspiring a Wave of Worker Militancy. Who’s Next?
Teddy Ostrow and Ruby Walsh
"I Want American Workers to Be United to Make the Occupation Costly, to Make the Israeli Apartheid Costly."
2023 Was the Year of Anti-Trans Hysteria
23 states passed laws targeting trans youth, with implications for us all.
Donald Trump Makes a Mockery of Populism
To call Trump a “populist” is to desecrate the memory of the 19th century movement that took on robber barons like him.
Striking a Chord for Change: The Poor People’s Campaign for Revolution
In an effort to record their first album of movement songs, the New York State chapter of the Poor People’s Campaign is tapping into an old organizing tradition with hopes of inspiring change.
Natascha Elena Uhlmann
This Chicago Nightclub is Reimagining Safety Through Community Care
"What's a bigger liability? People using substances … or somebody dying from an overdose in your bathroom when you could have had something to prevent that overdose?”
Israel’s Brutality Is Stoking the Imagination of India's Far Right
As the genocide in Gaza continues, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking notes.