The expected overturning of Roe v. Wade and the attacks on LGBTQ+ rights are part of the patriarchy’s vicious, reactionary, theocratic war that has nothing to do with ‘tradition’ and everything to do with domination.
The 2002 attempted coup against Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez was undone because of popular action. The Bolivarian Republic recently held an international summit commemorating events that defied the US and kept the elected government in power.
A Minnesota couple is reeling after the cops they called to protect them responded by raiding their home with guns drawn and charging them with multiple crimes.
We asked six workers at the Maple Street Starbucks in New Orleans why they’re fighting to unionize and what they would say to CEO Howard Schultz if they had the chance to talk to him.
As usual with the tech industry, cryptocurrencies weren’t just sold as a risky investment—they were framed as a social good. Now that the crash has ruined lives, those who promised societal transformation through crypto should be held accountable.
“Our women are being stolen like our children were stolen. Our women are being targeted for violence just like our children were targeted for violence. This hasn’t stopped, it’s ongoing today.”
In an increasingly interconnected world, the struggles of working people don’t stop at national borders. Why should solidarity?
“Either we drive the fossil fuel industry into extinction—or the human race.”
“This is the most important race in the country,” said Democratic U.S. Senate nominee John Fetterman. “Control of the Senate is going to come down to Pennsylvania.”
Documents reveal a generous tax break and questionable land deals doled out to a failed coal baron, raising questions about why a community in an impoverished county in West Virginia would bolster the wealth of controversial businessman at the expense of taxpayers.