Showing posts from September, 2019

Jessye Norman, Regal American Soprano, Is Dead at 74

France bids emotional 'Adieu' to Chirac on national day of mourning

MoveOn's Phony New Campaign for 'Protecting Whistleblowers'

What is really behind the crisis in Haiti?

Trump Tweets Impeachment Could Lead to 'Civil War'

Saudi Arabia's MBS: War with Iran would collapse global economy

Joe Wilson, US diplomat who blew the whistle on Iraq War evidence, dies at 69

David Cay Johnston: The future of Trump’s presidency is up to Fox News

400 years later, America still has so much to learn about its racial history

Jacques Chirac, flamboyant French president who opposed U.S. invasion of Iraq, dies at 86

Jacques Chirac: A look back at the life of the former French president

Former FBI Agent’s Trial Exposes Racist Ideology Infiltrating Law Enforcement

The Modern Day Scramble for Africa

Carrie Lam launches listening tour with Hong Kong protesters

Indonesians shrouded in toxic haze

Brazilians Blast Bolsonaro's UN Speech Denying Amazon Devastation as a Total 'Scam'

Pelosi's impeachment speech leave too many questions unanswered

Why is Nancy Pelosi protecting Donald Trump?

Mediator: The French diet drug blamed for 2,000 deaths

Iranian President Demands US Get Out of Persian Gulf

Justin Trudeau’s blackface scandal is far from the worst of his offences

Google Becomes Evil

The US Just Killed 30 Innocent People in Afghanistan

Elizabeth Warren Accuses Congress of Complicity in Trump's Continued Abuses

Our Invisible Government

Millions join global climate strike

10,000 Farmers and Ranchers Call on Congress to Pass Green New Deal

Tunisian autocrat Ben Ali dies in Saudi exile

More People Are Voting — But 1,688 Polling Places Have Closed in 6 Years

Saudi Aramco, the world's most profitable company

Reasons for Optimism

Israel: Two Elections, One Apartheid State

Magician or con artist: Why does Netanyahu keep winning?

Hydro-Quebec Ends Cyber-Security Agreement With Israel Electric Corporation

The South Could Flip the Senate

Kabul collective ArtLords paints provocative murals across the capital

Zimbabweans, foreign leaders bid farewell to Robert Mugabe

South Africa is becoming a pariah in Africa

In the Bahamas Thousands Remain Missing After Hurricane Dorian (VIDEO)

100+ Education Leaders Voice Support for Sanders K-12 Plan

Greta Thunberg Says: 'If We Can Save the Banks, We Can Save the World'

Robert Mugabe leaves a bitter legacy

NPR Shreds Ethics Handbook to Normalize Regime Change in Venezuela

Alaska’s Sea Ice Completely Melted for First Time in Recorded History

Over 1,100 Congregations Have Agreed to Provide Sanctuary to Migrants

US Kids Shouldn't Go to School Hungry

NRA Attacks Walmart After It Cracks Down on Ammo Sales and Open-Carry

Sudan's youth showed us how to counter sexual violence

Why Does Teen Vogue Need a Labor Column?

A day at the racist museum

Germany Announces Plan to Ban Glyphosate

New Film Blows the Whistle on War

How Elites Crush Black Dissent

Who is afraid of Greta Thunberg?

Hurricane Dorian kills five in Bahamas, US evacuates coast

Remembering Frances Crowe (1919-2019)

North Carolina Supreme Court Begins Case on Racial Bias in Jury Selection

Several dead in Mali building collapse

Venezuela's Press Is More Free Than You'd Think

America's Grand Buildings Built by Africans

Probe of Missing Georgia Votes Finds Extreme Irregularities in Black Districts