The fact that now-former University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel was fired for his romantic relationship with a subordinate and not for his myriad other fireable offenses says a lot about the university’s priorities.
Freedom fighters today are carrying on Malcolm X’s legacy by continuing the struggle to liberate political prisoners and organizing to protect Black communities against state violence.
Native Hawaiians have been leading a drawn-out fight against the US military’s poisoning of the local water supply from leaking petroleum at the Red Hill Fuel Storage Facility in O’ahu.
Police Accountability Report hosts Taya Graham and Stephen Janis examine key evidence holes in the official report on the mysterious death of Baltimore homicide detective Sean Suiter in 2017.
In this week’s round-up of Baltimore news, Baltimore City State’s Attorney indicted, a devastating report about Baltimore police misconduct, and how it all connects.
After striking for 10 weeks, student workers at Columbia University have a tentative agreement that members will vote on, but they also have a stronger, more democratic union.
The legislation is among a number of proposals to rein in lawmakers’ stock transactions.
A fraught encounter caught on video between a San Bernardino sheriff and a man walking in his own neighborhood reveals troubling truisms about the continued expansion and abuse of unchecked police power.
The digital age has blown up the journalism industry in the US, and our democracy depends on us finding a way to rebuild a robust and sustainable ecosystem for local journalism.
Bernie Sanders is sounding the alarm: working-class people are fed up with Democrats’ failed strategy of behind-the-scenes negotiations. But the party won’t listen. So Sanders and the Squad should take a more aggressive approach against the Democrats.