Dozens of cities and states sued oil giants for deceiving the public. The Supreme Court could soon break those cases out of limbo.
The intellectual lineage of Nick Bostrom’s retrograde futurism.
Business & Economy
The pharmaceutical giant refuses to make its vaccine technology available to all.
Inequality between corporations and citizens affects the Congress, state legislatures, elections, and the selection of judges.
The Right's attack on American History seeks to erase the fullness of our past.
Health & Wellness
A nurse-whistleblower reveals the infection control problems at crisis pregnancy centers.
A new Showtime docuseries investigates homicides and disappearances in Indian Country.
Destroying Palestinian assailants' homes is an act of "collective punishment," prohibited by the Geneva Conventions.
How U.S. history textbooks and prominent American universities justified slavery, perpetuated racial stereotypes and promoted white supremacy.
Because of multiple broken systems.
The techno-utopian ideology gets its fuel, in part, from scientific racism.
Generations-old resentment and rage has simmered in a majority-Black city where wealth is concentrated in the white minority.
A book review of Jim Popkin's "Code Name Blue Wren" recounts the astounding story of Ana Belén Montes, a mole in the Defense Intelligence Agency.
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