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Palestinian Lives Matter: We Must Reject Crimes Against Humanity

We can’t say we support justice and human rights in this country while supporting violence and expulsion abroad.

Tracey L. Rogers ·

How the United States Helps To Kill Palestinians

U.S. policy has perpetuated the crisis and atrocities of the Israeli occupation by unconditionally supporting Israel in three distinct ways: militarily, diplomatically and politically.

Medea Benjamin ·

Why the Pentagon Budget Keeps Rising

Joe Biden's first 100 days were a Pentagon prize.

Mandy Smithberger ·

Peace Activist Interrupts General Dynamics Shareholder Meeting to Blast the Business of War

CodePink co-founder Medea Benjamin took CEO Phebe Novakovic to task for "personally making $21 million a year through a business model that thrives on conflict, death, and destruction."

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·

Why Human Rights Watch Designating Israel's Crimes as Apartheid Is a Very Big Deal

The report reflects the power of decades of work in defense of Palestinian rights.

Phyllis Bennis ·

Amid National Reckoning on Police Brutality, Omar Reintroduces Bold Reform Bills

"History shows that the criminal justice system is not equipped to prosecute itself."

Jenna McGuire, staff writer ·

Biden's Appeasement of Hawks and Neocons Is Crippling His Diplomacy

For a president who promised a new era of American diplomacy, this has been a dreadful start.

Medea Benjamin ·

'Shame': Biden to Advance Trump-Era Sale of $23 Billion in F-35s and Armed Drones to UAE

"We have to stop choosing political expediency over human rights," said Kate Kizer of Win Without War.

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·

The United States as a Mass-Killing Machine

On this planet of ours, America is the emperor of weaponry.

Tom Engelhardt ·

As Saudis Suck Up Weapons, US Accounts for Over 1/3 of All Global Arms Sales

New analysis shows U.S.-based war profiteers have supplied increased demand by Qatar, Egypt, the Saudi Kingdom, and others in the Middle East over the last five years.

Jon Queally, staff writer ·