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At First-Ever Native American Presidential Forum, Candidates Answer to Centuries of Injustice

With Indian country’s electoral power growing, presidential hopefuls pledged to honor treaties and enact structural change.

Stephanie Woodard ·

'Give Me Your Tired and Your Poor... Who Can Stand on Their Own Two Feet': Top Trump Official Rewrites Statue of Liberty Greeting

"Cuccinelli may as well have this engraved on a plaque, hang it around his neck, and wear it for the rest of his life," said the director of the ACLU's immigrant rights project

Jon Queally, staff writer ·

NPR Shreds Ethics Handbook to Normalize Regime Change in Venezuela

NPR needs no state coercion to toe Washington’s regime change line on Venezuela.

Lucas Koerner ·

Stock Market Tumbles After China Devalues Yuan in Response to Trump Tariffs

"If this was an all out currency war—the U.S. would hands down lose."

Eoin Higgins, staff writer ·

When NPR Is More Dangerous Than Fox News

When you tune in to "mainstream" media, you may think you’re getting an objective account when in fact you’re getting an account that’s biased in favor of war—just biased in subtler, harder-to-detect ways than the accounts on Fox News

Robert Wright ·

Here's the Interview With Glenn Greenwald About Julian Assange It Seems NPR Didn't Want You To Hear

"NPR bizarrely seems to have deleted their own lie-filled interview with me and replaced it with something else," said the award-winning journalist

Jon Queally, staff writer ·

The Realized Temptations of NPR and PBS

Over the years, without regular critiques by liberal and progressive groups, both NPR and PBS have bent to the continual right-wing antagonism in Congress that decreased public budgets

Ralph Nader ·

The Green New Deal Is Out. Now What?

Ocasio-Cortez and Markey are here to make America dream big again

Heather Smith ·

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Undergoes Surgery for Early-Stage Lung Cancer

The malignant nodules were incidentally discovered after the 85-year-old Justice fractured three ribs in a fall last month

Common Dreams staff ·

NPR Infomercial for Its Sponsor Amazon Omits Labor and Environmental Criticisms

It would be good if a radio station, ostensibly set up to serve the public, could mention these inconvenient realities.

Adam Johnson ·