Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
New York City’s police budget cut falls short

The budget cuts have been criticized for being sorely inadequate and to be nothing more than “budget tricks” by progressives

Delivery workers strike on May Day in the US

Workers of major corporations such as Amazon, FedEx, Walmart, Instacart and Target stayed off work demanding personal protective equipment, safe and sanitary work environments, extra paid leaves and time-offs

AIPAC Breaking political custom, Democratic presidential candidates skip AIPAC summit

After the decision by leading Democratic Party candidate Bernie Sanders, other candidates have also jumped in to skip the 2020 AIPAC policy summit. Only Mike Bloomberg is scheduled to attend

Anti-war groups march against US aggression in Iran

People are rising up globally to reject the Trump administration’s dangerous policies that have brought West Asia to the brink of a war

New Yorkers protest police violence inside subway over fare evasion

New York City’s transport agency has hired hundreds of additional police officers and expanded its surveillance to deal with fare evasion by subway passengers

The US House of Representatives passes the anti-BDS resolution with only 17 votes against

The resolution condemns the non-violent BDS movement while claiming to recognize an individual’s right to protest and boycott

The Raise the Wage Act crosses one barrier but many more remain The Raise the Wage Act crosses one barrier but many more remain

The Raise the Wage Act that mandates the gradual hike in minimum wage to $15 an hour was approved by the US House of Representatives but will face a tough challenge in the Senate and president Donald Trump

Nancy Pelosi US Midterm Elections 2018: A bitterly contested results

The Democratic candidates in both Georgia and Florida are African-Americans and if elected, they could be the first African-American governors of their respective states.

US Midterm Elections 2018: A Possible Blue Wave With A Progressive Tilt

US progressives are hopeful that just two years after Donald Trump was elected president, the midterm elections will shift the balance in Washington DC and on a state level to the Democrats

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