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The famous blogger needn’t panic. Twitter’s new partnership with the feminist group WAM! is an attempt to fight abuse, not impose ideological censorship. 

The US Supreme Court is preparing to hear another case that could render key parts of the ACA illegal.

Bloody Egyptian Flag

A sense of malaise plagues activist circles, with energies largely spent supporting the thousands in prison.

Tomas Young

The Iraq War vet turned peace activist died on the eve of Veteran’s Day.

Glacier melting

Obama’s postponement of Keystone XL, EPA emissions regulations and now the China deal are in jeopardy.

The president calls for the reclassification of Internet services under telecommunications in the name of an open Internet.

Conservatives’ silver bullet is a joke.

The election results reflect a complex reality; the press prefers simple narratives.

A lawsuit is being waged against the “wrongful birth” of a black child.

                                       —Headline, The New York Times

A political scandal in Britain draws attention to labor exploitation that extends far beyond a single T-shirt.

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Guantánamo Protester

As the UN Committee Against Torture meets in Geneva, Murat Kurnaz urges justice for those detained and tortured at Guantánamo.

Flag over Richmond, California

While other cities have embraced heavy-handed policing tactics, Richmond, California, has offered mentoring and money to its most at-risk young men.

Prop 47 offers relief to Californians punished for low-level, nonviolent crimes of poverty, which means it could be especially beneficial for women caught up in the criminal justice system.

Democrat Anthony Brown

How else can we explain voters who chose Mitch McConnell senators and Elizabeth Warren policies?

Early Voters

Voters in fourteen states faced new restrictions, and in several races, disenfranchised voters could have changed the outcome.

Mitch McConnell

From blocking nominees to launching pointless investigations to deregulating everything, the new Senate is poised to wreak havoc.

Obama and Geithner

The trouble started when the party abandoned its working-class base.

Anonymous Supporters

A look behind the mask reveals a naïve techno-utopianism.