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Remembering Our Nuclear Past as We Speed Toward an Apocalyptic Future
We must never forget the terrible Nagasaki bombing, especially now that nuclear weapons far more powerful than the atomic bomb are commonplace.
Trump Cannot Be Allowed to Use Immigrants as Bargaining Chips
The president's proposal to end his shutdown includes billions for his wall in exchange for temporary protections for DACA and TPS recipients.
The Battery Boom Heralds the End of Fossil Fuels
Recent developments in batteries are set to sweep aside old arguments about renewable energy sources being intermittent.
Facing Populist Assault, Global Elites Regroup in Davos
The World Economic Forum's vision of ever-closer commercial and political ties is threatened as the international financial outlook darkens.
'New IRA' Suspected in Northern Ireland Car Bomb Blast
Uncertainty about the future of the Irish border after Brexit is raising tension between the main Protestant and Catholic political parties.
GOP Congressman Aims to Block Rashida Tlaib's Delegation to West Bank
Republican Rep. Brian Babin is trying to have funding pulled for a trip by a group of Democrats to the Palestinian territory.
Hollywood Still Thinks Body Shaming Is Hilarious
The new film "Isn't It Romantic," in which Rebel Wilson plays a woman who wakes up trapped inside a romantic comedy, feeds into fatphobia.
What Activists Today Can Learn From MLK's Bold Anti-War Stance
Martin Luther King Jr.'s teachings have inspired writers to condemn U.S. military ties in the Middle East.
Davos Elites Are Wealthier Than Ever
A new report shows that some billionaires have become exponentially richer since the financial crisis.
Confronting the Culture of Death
We must face down the corporate capitalism that is destroying humanity and the ecosystem itself. Salvation is in resistance.
Good for the environment.