The death toll in the US due to COVID-19 has crossed 1million. The richest country in the world has stumbled in controlling the pandemic and the poorest have suffered the most
Immunologist Dr. Satyajit Rath and NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha take a look at the debate around when the COVID-19 pandemic might turn endemic
High inflation rates have caused great difficulty for the working people of the US for months now. In November, as inflation soared yet again, Eugene Puryear analyzed the reasons for the crisis in the country
Dr. Satyajit Rath discusses COVID-19 mortality rates in the United States, infections in Kerala and the efficacy of the Sputnik vaccine
The final outcome of the post-COVID massive wealth redistributive program remains to be seen, but what is clearly being seen is the end of the neoliberal phase of world capitalism
While a public desperate for protection against COVID-19 is quick to shame “vaccine hunters,” the real culprits are the companies refusing to share their publicly funded intellectual property and the governments allowing them to get away with it.
In this episode of Around the World in 8 Minutes, we look at the struggle of Mumia Abu-Jamal for his rights and health, the development of various vaccine candidates in Cuba and the global mobilizations and preparations ahead of International Women’s Day
This wave of attacks has caused panic and confusion among Asian Americans and forces us to question: What is motivating these cruel and cowardly assaults? Are they purely an organic and spontaneous response to current events?
Compared to the scale of the crisis, the stimulus package will be far from enough to give people the kind of relief they need.
After much wrangling, the US Congress managed to pass the a COVID-19 relief package. However, it offers only a pittance at a time when large sections of the population are facing an unprecedented economic crisis
Dozens of taxi workers from the States of New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland traveled to Washington DC on Thursday, demanding assistance for the taxi industry and better pandemic relief plans
India’s mass vaccination plans may fail if it does not hold open discussions on its plans with health professionals and the people