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Anti-war activists host event in New York to discuss urgent steps for peace in Ukraine

Eight activists, including Jeremy Corbyn, Jill Stein, and Vijay Prashad to speak in New York City in a panel titled “The real path to peace in Ukraine”

The US is evading its responsibility on climate change

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News explains the failure of the United States to fulfill its responsibilities in combating climate change. He also talks about how its positions are hurting countries in the Global South

Starbucks workers carry out their largest single-day strike

Workers organized under Starbucks Workers United are picketing outside of over 100 Starbucks locations across the US. They are protesting the corporation’s failure to meet workers at the bargaining table and adequately staff stores

Trump 2024 candidacy Presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to “lift up” workers. Here’s what he actually did in power

While announcing his candidacy for president, Donald Trump claimed to be pro-working class and a champion of the poor. However, his record as president shows otherwise

Shireen Abu Akleh killing Israel lashes out against US decision to investigate killing of Shireen Abu Akleh

For months, the US had declined to conduct any investigation into the killing of the Palestinian journalist and accepted the Israeli version calling it an accident. This is despite repeated appeals by Akleh’s family and human rights groups for an inquiry

University of California workers launch largest academic strike in US history

Workers in the US continue to make waves in historically unorganized sectors such as academia and service

US political prisoner Mutulu Shakur granted parole

After over 36 years in prison, movement elder, political prisoner, and revolutionary health worker Mutulu Shakur has been granted parole with less than six months to live

The midterms prove it: Conservative or not, the people of the US are ready for transformative change

The people of the US, including in traditionally conservative states, welcomed left-wing policies and rejected extreme-right candidates at the midterm ballots

Post US mid-terms, struggle on the streets will prove decisive

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News lists the key takeaways from the US midterm elections, including the decisive role of struggles on the streets during a time of political gridlock

Slavery was on the ballot in the US midterms. Who voted to abolish it?

More than 150 years after slavery was outlawed in the US, the practice persists in the form of forced, unpaid prison labor. Five states had the opportunity to end this.

They denied the results of the US presidential elections. Now, they want to run them.

In the upcoming US midterms, several candidates who denied the validity of the 2020 presidential elections are now running for the highest elections overseeing office

Economy is the key issue ahead of US mid-terms

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News talks about the state of the US economy ahead of the midterm polls and how the two parties have used the issue electorally