Lawmakers raised the case for closure days after the international Red Cross canceled its visit to Guantanamo Bay, citing concerns over the pandemic.
UPRISING: Calls to Drop ‘Absurd’ Charges Against Journalists Covering Protests
The Committee to Protect Journalists speaks up for members of the press who were arrested while covering Black Lives Matter protests across the U. S.
CEOs Now Make 320 Times More Than Typical Worker
The Economic Policy Institute finds that growth in CEO compensation far outstripped that of the stock market.
COVID-19: This Pandemic Brings Out the Worst in Our CEOs
Jim Hightower spotlights the “me-first” greed of a corporate chieftain.
Dems Urged to Support Possible Pardon by Trump for Snowden
Activists and journalists on Twitter pressed lawmakers to set aside partisan politics for the sake of the NSA whistleblower and the fight against digital mass surveillance.
What the Palestinians Think of the Israel-UAE ‘Deal’
The State of Palestine Negotiation Affairs Department has laid out Palestine’s position regarding the deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and how it affects Palestinians.
ELECTION 2020: Parties Play Favorites to Allot States’ Delegates
With the Democratic Convention kicking off Monday and the GOP to follow, John A. Tures finds some staggering disparities between state populations and their delegate portions.
Social Security Hits 85— The Crown Jewel of the New Deal
This major achievement on April 14, 1935, was not possible without a fight, write three authors, each of whom is descended from New Dealers.
Kamala Harris’s Distinguished Career of Serving Injustice
The vice presidential hopeful’s record in California undermines her claim to progressive credentials, says Marjorie Cohn.
US Postal Service Was Never a Business. Stop Treating It Like One
Chad Marlow champions an institution at that heart of U.S. society that breathes life into citizens’ constitutional rights.