As corporate executives and rich shareholders reaped the benefits of rising profits, ordinary people around the world have suffered the consequences of soaring fuel, food, and housing costs.
This whole don't-pal-around-with-Nazis thing shouldn't be so hard. Helpful hint: If they're named Adolf, wearing a Swastika, calling people "vermin" or talking up Aryan victory, just friggin' steer clear.
What Republicans want is not to avoid the work but rather to kill Social Security and Medicare without leaving fingerprints on the murder weapon.
The same bad actors who are calling for racist, homophobic, and transphobic book bans are also calling for climate denial in science textbooks.
Project 2025 is a dangerous and unconstitutional attempt to move us towards an authoritarianism guided by Christian nationalism.
Medicare Advantage plans are not part of Medicare. They are a private health insurance "scam" created by a GOP-controlled Congress and signed into law 20 years ago by then-President George W. Bush.
As one of Mike Johnson's first acts as speaker, he's chosen to protect serial liar and indicted fraudster George Santos. That speaks volumes about his willingness to stand up to corruption.
Might Oppenheimer's idea of a world republic have provided humanity with the tools to get a grip on perils like the climate emergency, runaway artificial intelligence, and new weapons of mass extermination?
Not only a staunch Trump supporter and election denier, new Speaker Mike Johnson is in lock step with the rest of the Republican Party in targeting Medicare and Social Security for major cuts.
Scientists are turning to nonviolent climate protest, including civil disobedience, to demand that governments take bold action to snuff out the use of oil, gas, and coal.
In their blind loyalty to their mega-donors, Republicans' fixation on giant tax cuts for billionaires has created a revenue problem.
Pfizer is treating Paxlovid like a Prada handbag; a luxury for the few rather than a treatment for the many.