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Iran Says US Has Yet To Offer Enough Sanctions Relief

Above photo: Officials from the six countries still party to the nuclear deal held preparatory talks. EPA. A US official said the Iranians have made ‘unrealistic demands’. The fourth round of talks aimed at reviving the Iran nuclear deal kicked off in Vienna on Friday. Iran’s top negotiator s…

Scheer Intelligence: The Ruling Class’ Revenge Against Julian Assange

Above image: Mr. Fish. Pulitzer Prize-winner Chris Hedges joins Robert Scheer to discuss the WikiLeaks founder’s plight as he languishes in a British prison. The mistreatment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over the past decade has been defined as “psychological torture” by the UN Special…

US First Quarter GDP: Recovery Or Just Another Rebound?

Above photo: Nathaniel St. Clair. This past week the US Commerce Department released its early estimates for US GDP for the 1st Quarter 2021, January through March. If we are to believe the numbers, the US economy grew a respectable 6.4% during the period. But did it really? And does it represent a…

Hunger Strike: Yemeni People Are Being Starved

Above photo: Activists from the Yemeni Liberation Movement and other organizations march at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC on Saturday April 3, 2021. Yemeni Liberation Movement/Laura Albast. Detroit organizer went on hunger strike in solidarity. Iman Saleh of the Yemeni Liberation Movement d…

Workers’ Wages Rebound From Pandemics But Not For Blacks

Unemployment Rate Declined in March as Work Returns. While wages for many Americans have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels, earnings for Black workers declined in the first quarter of 2021, growing the wage gap to its highest level since before the pandemic, according to a new analysis. In a report o…

UK Threatens To Charge Palestine Action With Terrorism

Human rights activists in the UK are facing the suggestion by police that their actions against an Israeli weapons manufacturer could be considered as “terrorism.” Emily Arnott from the group Palestine Action told The Electronic Intifada that she found the suggestion “absolutely ridiculous…

Contemplating Black Ecologies

Contemplating Black Ecologies Above photo: Joshua Resnick/Shutterstock. Earlier this year, political scientist and Black feminist Julia Jordan-Zachery asked the question, “What do Black women think about the rain?” She was sharing emergent questions from her research pertaining to Black women…

The Leaked Zarif Tape: What Western Media Heard And What He Actually Said

Above photo: Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif prepares to speak with journalists following a conference in Tehran, Feb. 23, 2021. Vahid Salemi | AP. Western regime change evangelists, mainstream media, radlib analysts, and Persian native informant media all heard the anti-Iran and anti…

Activist Confronts Defense Industry CEO For Company’s Role In War Crimes

Above photo: CodePink co-founder Medea Benjamin interrupted a General Dynamics shareholder meeting in Reston, Virginia on May 5, 2021. Medea Benjamin. In response, General Dynamics CEO Phebe Novakovic offered no evidence to refute the claims. An anti-war activist confronted General Dynamics CEO Ph…

In Kerala, The Present Is Dominated By The Future

Above photo: Junaina Muhammed, Captain and Teacher, 2021. Kerala, a state in the Indian union with a population of 35 million, has re-elected the Left Democratic Front (LDF) to lead the government for another five years. Since 1980, the people of Kerala have voted out the incumbent, seeking to alte…

Progressives Capitulate To Biden

Progressives Capitulate To Biden There can be no more excuses made for Democratic “progressives,” who steadfastly refuse to fight for what they know to be right. “There is no lesser evil, no one who will save us.” No one is holding Joe Biden’s “feet to the fire” or pushing him left or…

More States Enter The Race To Criminalize Protest

Above photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images. The push to criminalize pipeline protests is expanding beyond fossil fuel-producing states. It was April 1, and Jestin Dupree had driven more than 400 miles from the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeastern Montana to the state’s capital, Helena, to testify…

AFL-CIO’s Report Shows Commitment To Defending Police Unions

AFL-CIO’s Report Shows Commitment To Defending Police Unions Above photo: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images. The long-awaited draft report is an explicit rejection of calls for the labor movement to separate itself from police. On July 2020, a month after protests over racial injustice and police vio…

Rebellion Sweeps Colombia Despite Deadly Repression

Above photo: People shout slogans during a demonstration against government-proposed tax reform, marking May Day, or International Workers’ Day, in Bogota, Colombia, on May 1, 2021. Fernando Vergara / AP Massive protests are taking place throughout Colombia as people stand firm in the face of dea…

A Temporary TRIPS Waiver Is Not Enough

And US voters know it. Large majority of US voters support waiving all patents on life-saving medicines and compelling Moderna to share its technology. A new poll finds that 59% percent of US voters support waiving all patent protections to produce generic versions of life-saving medicines for criti…

Report Blasts Broadband Industry For Fueling Digital Divide

Above photo: Alayjah Burnett, 12, attends an online class at her home in Vallejo, California on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Alayjah’s mother Michelle Burnett was denied time off to pick up a laptop from her sister, Namarhianna’s, school so she could participate in distance learning. Then the emplo…

Why Black Women Are Often Missing From Conversations About Police Violence

Above photo: Tom Williams/CQ Rollcall via Getty Images. When Lajuana Phillips was shot and killed by a police officer in late 2018, she was a mother of three children, a daughter and a cousin who was described by family as “a hard worker,” according to an online memorial. But Phillip’s deat…

On Education, Biden Is Making Sure ‘Nothing Will Fundamentally Change’

On Education, Biden Is Making Sure ‘Nothing Will Fundamentally Change’ Above photo: President Joe Biden on May 4, 2021 in Washington, DC. Alex Wong / Getty Images. Joe Biden has the power to eliminate federal student debt, make colleges and trade schools tuition-free, and end high-stakes testing…

Diane Wilson In Hunger Strike To Protect Matagorda Bay

Above photo: Facebook Diane Wilson. Texas shrimper worried about mercury contamination from Superfund site. Legendary environmenal activist Diane Wilson has been called “an unreasonable woman.” As a shrimper, Diane learned firsthand about tremendous pollution damaging the waters near her homet…

USAID Admits To Venezuela Regime Change Fraud

 Red Lines host Anya Parampil explores a new report issued by USAID’s Office of the Inspector General which admits the agency’s policy on Venezuela was driven by the State Department and National Security Council’s push for regime change. The report specifically investigated USAID’s attem…

Biden Supports Suspension Of Covid-19 Vaccine Patents

Above photo: US President Joe Biden. EFE. Immediately after the news broke, shares of these vaccine companies plummeted in the market. President Joe Biden’s administration on Wednesday supported a proposal submitted by several countries to the World Trade Organization (WTO) to suspend the intellec…

Navajo Nation: Missing And Murdered Indigenous Peoples Awareness Day

Above photo: Navajo leaders join FBI officials to recognize “Navajo Nation Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Awareness Day” at Navajo Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock, Ariz. on May 5, 2021. Window Rock, AZ – Honoring and remembering missing and murdered Indigenous persons on the Nav…

Colombia’s National Strike: An On-the-Ground Report

The uprising against the government in Colombia continues unabated. Our guest correspondent on the ground reports from the capital city. Colombia’s national strike — or paro (stoppage) as it is called locally —  began on April 28 with enormous protests and on May 5 entered its eighth day, w…

Report Finds Low Wages Make Food Workers Want To Quit

Above photo: Servers and other hospitality workers that rely on tips for income take part in a rally at the Massachusetts State House in Boston to convince lawmakers to raise the $3.75 minimum wage for restaurant workers on June 12, 2018. Keith Bedford/The Boston Globe via Getty Images. Following th…

Venezuela Reiterates Its Commitment To Human Rights And Justice

Above photo: Attorney General Tarek William Saab speaks during a press conference at his office’s headquarters in Caracas. Twitter/ @MinpublicoVE. Attorney General Saab stressed Venezuela’s willingness to work with the ICC but expressed frustration with the court’s “lack of transparency.”…


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