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Wealth is more concentrated now than it was in John D. Rockefeller’s day.
Phyllis Bennis discusses the Trump-led UN Security Council meeting, the impact advisors Pompeo and Bolton are having on U.S. Foreign Policy, and conflict in Palestine.
When addressing the UN General Assembly, president Trump painted Saudi Arabia and the UAE as “good neighbors” trying to help end a destructive civil war in Yemen. And that wasn’t even the biggest lie in his speech.
Secretly owned — and often uninhabited — luxury condos are driving up rents for all Bostonians. What can the city do?
From Trump to Putin, Netanyahu to Duterte, and around the world, democratic rights are under attack.
The US military budget sucks up an enormous amount of resources without making the world more peaceful or democratic. Here are a few ways we could better spend that $717 billion.
House Republicans are doubling down on reforms that awarded tax giveaways to corporations and the wealthy.
Our politics needs to face up to inequality’s deep-set impact on all of us as individuals.
How the United States is helping Oman militarize its border with Yemen.