Covid-19 in US
Trillions for Wall Street, pittance for the people

Compared to the scale of the crisis, the stimulus package will be far from enough to give people the kind of relief they need.

US COVID relief package: Too little, too late

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

US taxi drivers’ caravan demands a “people’s stimulus”

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

Vaccine rollout battle: First past the post may win major market share

India’s mass vaccination plans may fail if it does not hold open discussions on its plans with health professionals and the people

The US elections: What lies ahead?

Claudia de La Cruz of The People’s Forum and The Popular Education Project talks about the broken US political system, the implications of the support for Trump and the path ahead for people’s movements

2020 Elections: Tale of two Americas

Ben Becker of Breakthrough News discusses the deep social and economic issues affecting millions of Americans in the context of the upcoming elections

US Elections: Neither party is offering anything, not even to their own base

Eugene Puryear from Breakthrough News spoke to Peoples Dispatch about crucial factors that will play a major role in the upcoming elections, but are not being sufficiently highlighted by the mainstream media.

US elections explainer How to make sense of US elections

Who elects the US president? Are there only two candidates? What are the key issues? Here are some important questions about the US elections

Latest US poll stunt proves Uber, Lyft are their own worst political enemies

Ride-hailing has been popular and seemingly has potential, but the public must insist that these companies not profit by shifting all the risk onto their workers and hurting the environment

COVID-19: Is monoclonal antibody therapy really feasible?

In this interview with NewsClick, Dr. Satyajit Rath talks about the limitations of monoclonal antibody therapy

After mass resistance, NYC Mayor halts moving homeless out of Upper West Side

The homeless in NYC’s Upper West Side (UWS) were being forced out of their accommodations because of the thinly veiled class hatred of the residents of the area

COVID-19 vaccine: Emergency use authorization?

Immunologist Dr. Satyajit Rath talks about the decision of the US Food and Drug Administration to declare September 3 as the potential target date for the release of a vaccine for COVID-19

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