The fossil fuel industry’s global links to political violence and repression couldn’t be clearer. Unfortunately, the U.S. is enabling it.
They say comedy is tragedy plus time, but it is clearly too soon for the events of Jan. 6 to be presented as comedy.
The November ballot in Camden may include a proposal to require companies to report how many jobs they’re creating for residents of the low-income city.
With a 22 percent poverty rate, the LGBTQ+ community needs more than rainbow flags from multi-million dollar corporations.
There’s an easy way to cap sky-high CEO salaries and limit outrageous pay gaps — and it would actually work.
Even $100 billion is actually a modest cut when it comes to the Pentagon. We could cut much more and end up even safer.
With a full vote for this year’s NDAA expected in July, it is not too late to turn the tide. It is time to say no to nuclear weapons.
In L.A., 1 percenters currently pay less than a 1 percent city tax on the mansions they make millions selling.
The Supreme Court is giving extreme new powers to increasingly autocratic state governments. That’s not democracy.
Is Putin the Face of the Future or the Final Gasp of the Past?
First the Heatwaves, Now the Flooding. Look to South Asia For a Reminder of Why Climate Action is So Urgent.
The extreme weather events afflicting the subcontinent, made more likely by climate change, show the need to wind down oil, gas and coal use as soon as possible, argue Basav Sen and Tejal Mankad from the People vs. Fossil Fuels coalition.
Phyllis Bennis joins a panel to discuss the peace movement, the Ukraine war, Russia, and NATO.
Our tax loopholes let marginal and arbitrary differences in facts give rise to markedly different tax outcomes.
Phyllis Bennis joins an international panel to debunk the Western myths about the Ukraine War and provide a much needed analysis of the alarming global drift to war.
The National Defense Authorization Act is expected to receive a full vote in July. It’s not too late for members of Congress to change course.