In passing a $728.5 billion war budget, US legislators prove that they are willing to fund war, unwilling to fund relief
The US defense budget is a good sign of the fact that while Joe Biden may lack his predecessor Donald Trump’s penchant for hyperbole, the two administrations so far have been pretty similar on many counts
Responding to pressure from people’s movements, Biden set lofty goals for his administration. How many of these promises has the administration fulfilled?
Senator Sinema upholds filibuster rule, paving the way for historic voting rights legislation to be shot down by Republicans
Today we look at the Houthis’ advance across Yemen, Israel’s efforts to expand settlements in the Occupied Golan Heights, and more
Senator Joe Manchin went on Fox News last Sunday to announce that he “cannot vote” for the widely popular Build Back Better Act.
Despite its withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Biden administration’s first defense budget is USD 38 billion higher than last year’s and more than the combined defense budgets of the next 11 countries
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act which was passed by the US Congress is the largest single federally-funded investment in infrastructure in over a decade. However, many of its original proposals were abandoned and a lot hinges on its implementation
The scale of US policy on climate change fails to match up with its contributions to the global climate catastrophe
Facing historic inequality and worsening climate disasters, US workers are in desperate need of a greatly improved social safety net