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I Hear America Screeching

The constant din from the right and others destroys the peace. No good can come of this ill-spoken, irrational rage and violence.

Michael Winship ·


Beyond Science: Art and the Environment

A journey to one of the most beautiful places on Earth — which sits next to one of the most polluted — reminds us that art can help conserve.

Sam Nester ·


A Smiling Sayonara from Private Equity’s Pioneers

After 45 years, the long-time head honchos of havoc at KKR are hanging up their spurs.

Sam Pizzigati ·


Drones Must Be Banned as Weapons

America's parting drone attack in Afghanistan, which killed an aid worker and his family, is emblematic of the entire drone war.

Peter Weiss ·


Cherry-Picking Polls to Mask Public Support for Biden's Reconciliation Package

Olsen presented a red herring argument about how many independents think the plan costs too much—all the while ignoring all the other polls showing support for the plan.

David Moore ·


Climate Activism Is Working in Germany

This is Merkel's last chance to show she’s the climate chancellor. But her record isn't good enough.

Adam Ramsay ·


Shut Up and Drivel

Once a target of conservative scorn, Kyrie Irving is now a hero to those who want to remain unvaccinated.

Tony Norman ·


Corporations Shouldn’t Be “The Master of Our Fate”

Perhaps this is another soul-searching moment when farmers and workers need to realize that they are both fair game for the corporate interests that control agriculture.

Jim Goodman ·


The High-Paid Media Types Are Unhappy Workers Are Demanding Fair Wages

For those of us who think that all workers should be able to get decent pay, have decent working conditions, and be treated with respect on the job, the idea that large numbers of workers now feel they can quit jobs they don’t like is really great news.

Dean Baker ·


Kunming Declaration's 30x30 Biodiversity Target Is a Good Start, But Not Nearly Enough

It's clear that securing Indigenous land tenure rights and adequately resourcing tribal governments is key to the success of the Convention on Biological Diversity.

Karl Burkart ·

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