Even as Biden announces some relief for the symptoms of extreme heat, his administration continues to green light the fossil fuel projects that are driving it.
The industry not only exploits our planet’s precious resources but makes the rest of us subsidize the extravagant lifestyles of the ultra-rich.
In Tennessee and Montana, Republicans silenced the voices of three young lawmakers because they dared to challenge the undemocratic status quo.
The opening up of Arizona’s Oak Flat to copper mining would wipe out generations of Apache religion, culture and wisdom.
Dismantling the IRS, whether by cutting its funding or abolishing it outright, is a gift to the ultra-wealthy for whom U.S. taxes are already becoming voluntary.
Many of the people most impacted by abortion bans are also most impacted by pollution.
The United States doesn’t have much to say about Ukraine, because it claims Russia is unwilling to talk. It’s up to our movements to demand more.
If we are serious about keeping children safe, lawmakers should heed the dozens of school districts across the country that have begun decreasing their reliance on police in schools.
Phyllis Bennis joins a panel to discuss the peace movement, the Ukraine war, Russia, and NATO.
A renewed JCPOA provides a way to avoid the threat of war that would arise should Iran at some point move toward nuclear capability.
This year, the United States will spend twice as much every day on the military than it does on international climate aid all year.
Rather than cheering for a potentially catastrophic escalation, there are other options for the United States to help the Ukrainian people.
The bill helps Americans get good jobs and afford food, housing, health care and child care — a strong response to inflation.
Today’s voting rights and economic justice advocates must apply two key lessons from the courageous activists of a half-century ago.
Communities need to expand the supply of local homeownership and permanently affordable rental housing, owned by nonprofits and community housing authorities.