The story of cop watcher Otto The Watchdog reveals how American law enforcement uses the criminal justice system to retaliate against critics and their families. But Otto is not alone, First Amendment activists, auditors and protesters all around the U.S. are feeling the blue backlash.
Ignoring the unique threats Trump presents could destroy our democracy, warns professor Lester Spence.
Progressives protect a key Senate seat despite a Pelosi-backed challenge as Trump visits Kenosha despite being asked to stay away one week after a teenage supporter shot dead two protestors
Trump has refused to condemn growing right-wing violence, and there are calls for him to stay away from Kenosha.
In this week’s Climate Crisis News Roundup, historical climate injustice serves as the backdrop of the Jacob Blake police shooting. And Hurricane Laura slams Louisiana and Texas as the RNC ignores climate altogether.
After his unarmed son was killed by Kenosha police, Michael Bell Sr. has fought for independent investigations of police shootings.
Authors Maya Schenwar and Vikki Law argue that many alternatives to incarceration follow the same model of oppression as physical prisons.
It’s all part of a push to privatize, which threatens the living wages of hundreds of thousands of employees.
A climate of dissent by the general public spilled into the labor movement during the 1970 wildcat USPS strike.
A multi-year investigation by TRNN reporters reveals how neoliberal policies and public-private partnerships have led to tax-free zones for private interests, while taxpayers foot the bill.