News and Features
The Federal Communications Commission’s new chairman Tom Wheeler announces efforts to “do things differently.”
How high-speed Internet access is changing one Brooklyn neighborhood.
You can’t always trace it, but everything and everyone has a genealogy.
In attacking “the structural causes of inequality,” he is reviving that great movement’s “preferential option for the poor.”
Questions from Novaya Gazeta on the Soviet Union, segregation and Russia today.
Passenger service workers earn significantly lower wages than the largely unionized airline employees with whom they work. Now they’re organizing to change that.
A wave of anti-gay laws have brought Russia’s LGBT movement into the international spotlight, but activists are divided over strategies, including proposed boycotts.
Meanwhile, activists organized a counter-summit to discuss the problems world leaders were unwilling to address.
How programmers, journalists and immigrant rights advocates are redefining hacking—for immigrant justice.
For years I have written about mass incarceration, while staying mute about drones and other injustices. It is time to connect the dots.
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- Paul Ryan’s Faux Populism Isn’t Going to End Poverty or Reduce Inequality
- Why Is a Nice Network Like MSNBC Silencing Protest Over Pro-Israeli Coverage?
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