Yaser Murtaja Was Killed by Israel While Reporting From Gaza. His Death Is One of Many.
Israel has a long-standing pattern of killing Palestinian journalists and attacking media institutions. more
By Alex Kane
The Zuckerberg Hearings Were a Show Trial, And Facebook’s Monopoly Remains Unthreatened
Despite public outrage, Congress is not taking meaningful steps to break the power of Facebook. more
By Julianne Tveten
The GOP Tax Plan Was Sold On a Baseless Theory. Now It’s Being Exposed As a Giveaway to the Rich.
On Tax Day, Republicans in Congress will surely be trying to tout the benefits from... more
By Josh Bivens and Hunter Blair
These Community Activists Won Bail Reform. Now They Have To Force Judges To Comply.
Thousands of people still sit in Chicago’s Cook County Jail because they are too poor to afford bail. more
By Alex V. Hernandez
Senate Democrats Offer Little-to-No Opposition to Trump’s Expansion of Syria Bombings
Ninety-two percent of Senate Democrats and Independents failed to substantively dissent against Trump's April 13 airstrikes. more
By Sarah Lazare
West Virginia Showed How Necessary—And Difficult—Striking Is
“It was exhilarating and exhausting. You start thinking, ‘Are we going to be out forever?’” more
By Kate Aronoff
Law Enforcement Has Quietly Backed Anti-Protest Bills in at Least 8 States Since Trump’s Election
And that may be the tip of the iceberg. more
By Simon Davis-Cohen and Sarah Lazare
Gov. Cuomo Is “Acting Like Breitbart”: Community Groups Fuming After WFP Split
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has successfully driven a wedge between the progressive Working Families... more
By Kate Aronoff
The Wave of Militant Teacher Strikes Has Gone Global. Just Look at the UK.
The wave of militant teacher actions that began in West Virginia is now spreading throughout... more
By Steven Parfitt