Capitalism

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Women protest against the murder of Indigenous leader and activist Berta Cáceres in La Esperanza, Honduras. (Photograph: Orlando Sierra/AFP/Getty Images)
Indigenous women, environmentalists, and feminists across the globe on Tuesday marked International Women's Day with a renewed call to stand up against oppression and resist the intersecting attacks on women and Mother Earth—our Pachamama. Tweets about #bertacaceres OR #iwd2016 Falling just days after the high-profile assassination of Honduran...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Lending credence to the momentum behind Bernie Sanders' grassroots campaign, a...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
There's no question about it. A new epoch—the Anthropocene—has begun. So says...

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In the name of a sometimes questionable transparency - if you don't like something but can't do much about it, does it help to know about it? - the Defense Department publishes daily reports on the contracts they've awarded. On Jan. 14, it authorized spending over $800 million on military equipment and services. That was down to just under $300 million the next day, when the House passed a massive budget bill that includes $572 billion for defense - down from what was requested, but still...