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Sanders, Lee, and Murphy Slam Biden Administration's First Drone Strike in Somalia

"It's time to do away with questionable legal justifications claimed by one administration after the next for acts of war like this."

Jake Johnson ·


We Better Control Machines Before They Control Us

Artificial intelligence wants you (and your job).

John Feffer ·


UN Experts Warn US Sanctions Endangering Lives of Venezuelan Cancer Patients

The United States' attempt "to control the political agenda of Venezuela has had devastating consequences for hundreds of people undergoing treatment."

Kenny Stancil ·


Dems Urge Biden to Seize 'Watershed Moment' and Cut Nuclear Stockpile

The administration is being called on to "make bold decisions to lead us towards a future where nuclear weapons no longer threaten all humanity."

Andrea Germanos ·


Progress or War: On Islamophobia and Europe's Demographic Shifts

Islamophobia must be seen within the larger context of the toxic anti-refugee and anti-immigrant sentiments, now defining factors in shaping modern European politics.

Ramzy Baroud ·


Cuba and the US: The Difference Between Dictatorship and Tyranny

By all Western standards it can be said that Cuba is a dictatorship, but it is necessary to remember that the United States is the tyranny that created it, a brutal tyranny that has been going on for at least two hundred years.

Jorge Majfud ·


Senators Introduce Legislation to Curb Endless US Wars, Lethal Arms Sales

The measure includes a sunset of all authorizations of the use of military force including the 2001 AUMF.

Andrea Germanos ·


Afghanistan: Graveyard of Empires

Afghanistan was a war of lies, sustained by the powerful U.S. and British media.

Eric Margolis ·


Migration Is Not the Crisis

What Washington could really do in Central America.

Aviva Chomsky ·


Media Embellish Protests, Downplay Effects of US Sanctions in Cuba

While giving the protests in Cuba a great deal of coverage, the corporate press across the political spectrum consistently downplayed one of the primary causes of unrest: the increasingly punitive U.S. blockade.

Alan MacLeod ·

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