Disability rights advocate Engracia Figueroa died months after United Airlines allegedly damaged her wheelchair.
The “terrorist” designations are aimed at depriving human rights groups of funding.
Some glaciers lost four times as much mass this decade compared to the decade before.
Given the underlying structural crisis of global capitalism, worldwide economic turbulence is here to stay.
At least 28 U.S. senators’ households own over $12.6 million in fossil fuel industry and energy funds.
A last-minute agreement among lawmakers restored a provision seeking to control costs of prescription medicines.
Biden is under pressure to fulfill a campaign promise to decriminalize marijuana and expunge convictions.
Byron Brown’s victory is a grim lesson about the lengths to which power will go to protect profit and capital.
Texas’s near-total abortion ban could be a model for targeting other constitutional rights.