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By Paul Brown / Climate News Network One of the biggest contributors to climate change is the agricultural food industry, but the political will to tackle the issue is lacking.
By Juan Cole / Informed Comment The president’s first trip abroad reaffirms his poor grasp on U.S. international relations.
In attempting to revoke protections for the Utah site, President Trump is furthering settler colonialism of a land inhabited by indigenous people.
By Carlos Lozada Renowned biographer David J. Garrow concludes this massive new biography of Barack Obama with a damning verdict: “While the crucible of self-creation had produced an ironclad will, the vessel was hollow at its core....
By Andrea Germanos / Common Dreams His speech in London comes as the U.K.‘s general election campaigning resumes after the deadly bombing in Manchester earlier this week and the same day as a bus attack in Egypt killed more than two dozen people.
In the latest episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” host Robert Scheer sits down with documentary filmmaker John Scheinfeld to discuss his latest film about jazz icon John Coltrane, and how the artist’s journey parallels other music legends.
By Kali Holloway / AlterNet Instead of helping a man who had been knocked off his bicycle by a pickup truck, a police officer quizzed him on his immigration status.
By Thomas Gibbons-Neff / The Washington Post This account is at odds with what the U.S.-led coalition’s top officer suggested during a Pentagon press briefing held 11 days after the strike.
The president spoke at a North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit in Brussels Thursday morning, scolding member countries for “not paying what they should be paying.”
By Mark Lloyd Policies set in motion by the GOP and its loyal FCC chief have created a communications crisis—here’s why, and what we can still do to stop them.
By Svetlana Mintcheva Can free speech be isolated as an absolute value when any practice of freedom is affected by the social and political context of today’s unequal power relations?
By Rebecca Gordon / TomDispatch As we struggle to keep up with the constantly shifting explanations and pronouncements of the new administration, it becomes ever harder to remember the events of yesterday, let alone last week, or last month.
A protester outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Flickr / CC 2.0) This story is developing. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 10-3 Thursday to uphold an injuction blocking President Trump’s travel ban on six majority-Muslim countries. Show More Summary
By Charles Ornstein / ProPublica Since the House passed the American Health Care Act, Republican members of Congress have tried to swing public opinion to their side.
By Juan Cole / Informed Comment The pontiff gave the president a going-away present at their meeting Wednesday—a copy of his encyclical on the challenge of climate change.