Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg protests during a "Fridays for Future" protest in front of the Swedish Parliament Riksdagen in Stockholm on October 9, 2020. (Photo: Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images)
"I'm only here to once again remind you of the emergency we are in. The crisis that you and your predecessors have created and inflicted upon us."
Jon Queally, staff writer
"Oxfam believes billionaires are a sign of broken economic system and that extreme wealth should be ended," the international anti-poverty group said Monday. "We believe the world would be a better place if there were a lot less billionaires and a lot more nurses." (Image: Oxfam International)
"Rigged economies are funnelling wealth to a rich elite who are riding out the...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, Luisa Neubauer, Isabelle Axelsson, and Vanessa Nakate take part in a "Friday for future" youth demonstration in a street of Davos on January 24, 2020
"It is time to get out of our comfort zones."


This weekend's hundreds of thousands of defiant, exultant women marchers have gone home, but not for long. Change is in the air: The all-female SAG award presenters and leaders at the Davos Economic Forum, the dizzying 21-point swing toward Democrats by white women, the massive spike in women running for political offices long held by corrupt good ole boys, and the title of a cover story profiling those resistance candidates echoing their mood - "The Avengers."