The Tories want you to believe they ended austerity years ago. But they never did — and under a Boris Johnson premiership, it’s about to get worse.
While ordinary Puerto Ricans were struggling to recover from Hurricane María, Governor Ricardo Rosselló was conspiring to hide the extent of the devastation and joking about killing political rivals in a Telegram chat. Now, those messages are all public — and the Puerto Rican people are ready for an alternative.
The son of Nigerian immigrants, Giannis Antetokounmpo has won acclaim in Greece, being named the NBA’s most valuable player. But Giannis’s story doesn’t prove that anyone who works hard can make it — rather, it shows how insane it is to let our parents’ nationality determine our life chances.
Mansions, superyachts, luxury cars, and private jets produce more carbon emissions than whole countries. Researchers are calling it “green crime.”
The Amazon workers who went on strike yesterday took on the world’s richest man and one of the world’s most powerful corporations. They’re heroes, plain and simple.
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The evidence is now overwhelming — Lula was the victim of a politically motivated campaign to keep him from returning to power. He must be freed.
Even more so than student debt, medical debt is a manifestation of everything that’s wrong with the United States today. Bernie Sanders, and the broader democratic socialist movement, should be calling for its abolition as well.
Biden’s new health care plan does little to address Obamacare’s failures and keeps alive a predatory private insurance industry. Medicare for All is still the only plan that guarantees health care as a human right.
Julia Keleher, Puerto Rico’s former secretary of education, exploited the island’s post-hurricane crisis to close hundreds of schools and privatize the education system. Now, thanks to a massive corruption scandal, she may be going to jail.
The corporate media only pays attention to coal miners when they can be used to attack the Green New Deal. When coal miners are fighting for the pensions they deserve, the media is nowhere to be found.
Sara Nelson in her own words on building a fighting labor movement, the proud history of democratic socialism in America, how workers ended the shutdown, and how they’ll stop Trump, too.
Since the 2016 election, West Virginia has been stereotyped as a bastion of Trump supporters. But community organizer Stephen Smith believes that a campaign for economic justice can attract broad support in the state — and he’s running for governor to prove it.
Nancy Pelosi’s war of words with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t about clashing personalities. It’s about Democratic elites trying to undercut AOC’s bold, left agenda.
Today, Amazon warehouse workers in Shakopee, Minnesota are launching a six-hour strike on Prime Day, the company’s biggest shopping event of the year. If successful, they could ignite similar actions across the country — and make Jeff Bezos really start to worry about worker power.
Joe Biden released a new health care plan today. It’s garbage — and by stopping short of universal coverage, it could end up killing 125,000 people over ten years through uninsurance.