By Brittany King I woke up Wednesday morning to a slew of confused Facebook statuses and tweets. Most of them read something like this: “So disappointed in my country right now. How could we let a blatant racist get so… Read More ›
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
Ethiopia’s government says five people have been killed in protests against a government plan to develop farmland outside the capital into a new business zone. Communications Minister Getachew Reda said Monday that the number of dead could rise. Opposition supporters… Read More ›
July 1938. Fewer than 5 percent of Americans surveyed at the time believed that the United States should raise its immigration quotas or encourage political refugees fleeing fascist states in Europe — the vast majority of whom were Jewish — to voyage across the… Read More ›
Al Jazeera asked young Palestinians whether the current violence is a precursor to a general Intifada or not. In September, Jewish settlers backed by Israeli security forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem. The event triggered widescale… Read More ›