If Trump can sell a plain-as-day lie about his inauguration crowd, he can lie about anything — including things that hurt his own supporters.
If Obama’s health law is reversed, taxes will go down for the rich and up for the poor, while millions lose coverage.
Guest host Esther Githui-Ewart and her guests take an in-depth look at Castro’s impact on Africa; with Professor Abdi Ismail Samatar, Melvin Foote, Netfa Freeman, and Professor Piero Gleijeses.
Pharmaceutical execs are getting incredibly rich making life-saving medications incredibly expensive.
During talks for normalized relations between Cuba and the U.S., you’re invited to a film about what puts Cuba on the map in the quest for global health followed by a discussion with IPS’s Netfa Freeman.
For New York City AIDS activist Bobby Tolbert, drug profiteering and tax dodging by financial elites is a violation of basic American values.
Inmates across America die every day because of substandard medical care.
Pharma Bro’s one-of-a-kind album purchase exemplifies how the ultra rich are polluting our culture.
Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid is putting Denmark on the map.
Hundreds of thousands of young immigrants are being shut out of affordable health insurance.
As funding for military contracts shrinks, major defense contractors have started to edge their way into the business of implementing health care reform.
While Medicaid coverage may be expanding in some states, the program’s funding for mental health care services remains at risk.
Inequality is behind the nation’s dismal life expectancy rates.
Putting aside even Iraq’s horrifying descent into sectarian violence, the United States did a spectacularly poor job of governing the country.
Comparing Hugo Chavez’s accomplishments to his U.S. obits was like taking a trip through Alice’s looking glass.