The legislation, which Gov. Kim Reynolds has said she will sign, will permit children as young as 14 to complete work including roofing, construction, and demolition.
On May Day, Colombians mobilize to defend the Petro government
In stark contrast to previous years of anti-government protests, Colombians are now rallying to support their new president—and push his administration to go further.
Jordan Neely was lynched
We must resist the white supremacist narratives that blame Jordan Neely and absolve white vigilantism and the systemic violence of the state.
Montana police arrest, taser Chamorro man for failing to show ID—then claim DUI
A Hot Springs, Montana cop detained and tased a man who was parking his car at a local motel. The encounter lead to charges that belie the evidence caught on camera.
Americans were once promised affordable college for all. What happened?
Historian Ellen Schrecker explains how the privatization of universities began to stifle campus radicalism in the 1960s.
May Day protests in Türkiye face repression as elections loom
As popular dissatisfaction builds, trade unions are pushing to remove President Erdoğan in the upcoming election.
Contract negotiations between UPS and Teamsters off to a bitter start
Workers say management has blown off some of their meetings, and retaliated with layoffs against attempts to take negotiations out of the bargaining room.
Stranded on the dark roads of Wet’suwet’en territory with CGL security
In the sky, surveillance drones keep a near-constant watch over the area.
Brazil refuses to participate in the Ukraine war
While EU countries compete to send the most military equipment to Ukraine, Lula da Silva is withstanding heavy pressure from those sponsoring the armed conflict.
Khader Adnan’s martyrdom
Khader Adnan, 44, died in Israeli custody as he neared his 90th day on a hunger strike protesting his imprisonment. The veteran of two previous hunger strikes, Adnan became an international symbol of Palestinian steadfastness and resistance.