Prolonged Protests In Panama Over Proposed Constitutional Reforms

By Popular Resistance. -

Protests in Panama started on October 22 when 1,000 students, teachers and administrators from the University of Panama marched to the National Assembly to protest proposed changes to the [...]

PCHR Gaza: 95 Civilians Shot And Injured, Including 43 Children, At 80th Great March Of Return

By Staff, Imemc.org -

Israeli forces continued to use excessive force against peaceful protesters, wounding 36 civilians with live bullets and shrapnel in addition to other injuries in the upper body due to direct [...]

Freedom Rider: The Baghdadi Scam

By Margaret Kimberley, Blackagendareport.com -

Donald Trump says that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed by the United States military. Baghdadi was the founder of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), which is also known as ISIS and [...]

Díaz-Canel: There Is A Historically Postponed World Waiting For Our Agreement And Action

By Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, En.granma.cu -

With sincere emotion, I am grateful for the warm welcome given us by the people and government of the Republic of Azerbaijan, with whom we are joined by 27 years of uninterrupted relations. It [...]

‘This Is Our Time’: National Congress Of American Indians Elects New Leadership

By Acee Agoyo, Indianz.com -

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico -- Members of the National Congress of American Indians made history here by choosing a woman as their president for only the third time since the organization's founding [...]

How To Approach Medicare For All Financing

By Matt Bruenig, Peoplespolicyproject.org -

One of the big impediments to putting out a plan for financing Medicare for All is not so much that it is very difficult to come up with one, but rather that there are so many ways to do it that [...]

Why Is The Media Covering Protests In Hong Kong, Chile So Differently?

By Morgan Artyukhina, Sputniknews.com -

Media coverage of the protest movements in Hong Kong and Chile contrasts sharply, tracing a line in US foreign policy that aims to buttress movements that benefit US imperialism while ignoring or [...]

No Deal Reached As CTU Strike Continues Into Day 12

By Staff, Unicornriot.ninja -

Over most of the weekend, CPS (Chicago Public Schools) and the CTU were both more muted in their tone online and to the press. Both sides even suggesting they were close to a deal. That changed [...]

Trump Shifts From Ending “Forever Wars” To Sending Tanks Into Syria’s Oil Fields

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper Friday confirmed that Washington would leave military forces in Syria to maintain control of the country’s principal oil and gas fields. The Pentagon is [...]

Nearly 4,000 Civilian Deaths In North Korea Tied To Sanctions

BY Zack Budryk, TheHill.com -

Sanctions against North Korea contributed to more than 4,000 civilian deaths last year due to a lack of access to humanitarian assistance, according to a new report from an international [...]

When We Talk About Cultural Appropriation, We Should Be Talking About Power

By Lauren Michele Jackson, Inthesetimes.com -

The word “appropriation” gets a bad rap. Centuries old, it denotes an act of transport—some item or motif or a bit of property changing hands. An artist might appropriate an ancient symbol in a [...]

The US Double Standard In Venezuela Vs. Honduras

By Steve Ellner and Teri Mattson, Jacobinmag.com -

The recent conviction of Tony Hernández for massive cocaine smuggling in a federal court case in which his brother, Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernández, was an unindicted co-conspirator [...]

Caliph Closure: ‘He Died Like A Dog’

By Pepe Escobar, Asiatimes.com -

“He died like a dog.” President Trump could not have scripted a better one-liner as he got ready for his Obama bin Laden close-up in front of the whole world. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, fake caliph, [...]

Prisoners On Hunger Strike And Work Stoppage At Santa Rita Jail

By Yolanda Huang, Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee. -

Prisoners inside Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, CA are staging a one-day hunger strike and work stoppage to protest widespread institutional neglect and abuse, including unsanitary living conditions, [...]

The Revolution Isn’t Being Televised

By Alan MacLeod, Fair.org -

It’s all kicking off everywhere in 2019. Haitians are revolting against a corrupt political system and their President Jovenel Moïse, who many see as a kleptocratic US puppet. In Ecuador, huge [...]