Capitalism

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
One day after a Honduran judge charged four suspects in the murder of renowned activist Berta Cáceres—including one executive of the Honduran company DESA, a developer of the Agua Zarca dam Cáceres opposed so passionately—European financiers said they "seek to exit" the controversial project that likely got her killed . According to Friends of the...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Coinciding with growing income inequality, widespread economic stagnation, and...
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...

Further

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...