Medical costs are the largest contributor to personal debt in the US, and a leading contributor to more than half of all bankruptcies filed by individuals.
Critics suggest investors are promoting the disruption that they then benefit from—while also slowing a move towards green energy.
Historian Gerald Horne discusses how the legacy of Paul Robeson illustrates the lengths to which the American empire will go to destroy and silence its most powerful critics.
Police Accountability Report hosts Stephen Janis and Taya Graham discuss some of their findings from their ongoing investigation into the town of Milton, West Virginia.
The leaked opinion showing the Supreme Court’s right-wing majority is prepared to overturn Roe v. Wade “is an invitation to all manner of challenges to deeply rooted precedents,” said one critic.
After a US District Court blocked railroad workers from striking over a draconian new attendance policy, the policy went into effect—and workers say it’s even worse than they imagined.
On May Day, workers across Turkey engaged in mass demonstrations to protest unbearable price hikes and rampant exploitation.
Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico have recently legalized or decriminalized abortion. Could Chile be next?
From witch hunts and chattel slavery to today’s attacks on abortion rights, the control of reproductive health has always been a baked-in feature of capitalist society.
The push by conservative justices to overturn Roe v. Wade, said one abortion rights advocate, “is giving us an opportunity to show them how ungovernable we will be if they follow through.”