Rio de Janeiro’s Port Zone was once the largest slave port in the Americas. As developers work to “revitalize” the area, Black activists are fighting to retain the remnants of the district’s historical significance.
Reparations for Black Americans are past due. Edgar Villanueva makes the case for reparations as an election issue.
Biden's unflinching support for Israel's genocide of Gaza threatens both Biden’s reelection and the United States amid fears that Donald Trump will win a second term.
With Donald Trump’s landslide win at the Iowa Republican caucuses, pro-democracy groups are planning massive voter education campaigns.
As Trump itches to return to the White House, how tenuous is U.S. democracy three years after the attack on the Capitol?
Project Censored’s latest report shows that corporate media missed or misrepresented dozens of critically important stories this year.
From The Current Issue
Adhering to the tenets of a liberal democracy matters more than age.
Award-winning Palestinian American author Laila Elhaddad is one of the lead plaintiffs suing the Biden administration over its funding of Israel’s unfolding genocide in Gaza.
In this op-ed—which the Journal of the American Medical Association rejected—three doctors say the medical establishment should be morally unambiguous on bombing hospitals.
Medea Benjamin sees a pattern in how Western media reported on the U.S. war in Iraq and how they are covering Israel’s war on Gaza today.
Dr. Stephen Zunes offers an in-depth exploration of the international laws defining Israel and Hamas' behavior.
Here we go again. On Sept. 12, soon-to-be-deposed House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced an “impeachment investigation” into President Biden. McCarthy was clearly trying to appease the extreme right-wingers in his
The “father of the atomic bomb” thought the only effective way to control it was through a global federal republican government.
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