Julian Assange’s extradition was blocked not due to press freedom, but rather concern over prison conditions.
A broad movement of grassroots organizations are tending to their community’s well-being as COVID-19 surges nationwide.
The choice to pardon the military contractors convicted of murder and manslaughter may violate the Geneva Conventions.
The Biden administration might not be able to roll back some of these rules for at least a couple years.
The federal eviction moratorium is set to expire at year’s end amid a surging pandemic and plunging temperatures.
The White House described the former Blackwater mercenaries as veterans with “a long history of service to the nation.”
Tenants are mobilizing to cancel rent, stop evictions and demand construction and maintenance of affordable housing.
In the absence of help from Congress, rent strikes have become a widespread response to brutal economic pressure.
On the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, let’s commit to building a world free of policing.
Under Trump, the U.S. has restarted federal executions and reinstated the use of the electric chair and firing squads.