A.I.-based virtual assistants with female voices reinforce sexist gender stereotypes, according to a new United Nations report.
The idea that anyone ever nominated by a serious American political party would collude with a foreign power to rig
You may be certain that Syria remains a geo-strategically crucial location for the U.S. empire because its keeps working to
Andrew Spannaus analyzes the anti-establishment revolt across the West in this excerpt from his new book, “Original Sins. Globalization, Populism, and
Washington governor and 2020 presidential candidate Jay Inslee on Tuesday signed the nation’s first human composting bill into law.
All agree that there are no jobs on a dead planet, writes Linda Flood. But the road to fewer emissions
The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday issued subpoenas to former White House communications director Hope Hicks and an aide to
The Department of Defense said Tuesday that potential threats from Iran have been “put on hold” thanks to precautionary measures
The first to suffer was Syria and since then the gruesome effects have been spreading in the region and beyond, to
California Democrats are squaring off this week over how many of the states’ illegal immigrants should be eligible for publicly-funded
As’ad AbuKhalil weighs Iran’s position at a dangerous point in U.S. relations, but says the prospects of war are not
The 2020 Democratic presidential primary already has grown so zany that Bernie Sanders has proposed . . . a reduction
The Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel ruled that former White House counsel Donald McGahn is not required to testify
Even though it’s a clearcut matter of justice, reparations require black people to develop more of a consensus before any
Ann Garrison reviews Stephen F. Cohen’s book, “War with Russia? From Putin & Ukraine to Trump & Russiagate.” By Ann Garrison
Amash was the first congressional Republican to accuse the president of engaging in “impeachable conduct” over the weekend.
Craig Murray mulls the depressing series of events over the past few weeks involving Iran, Venezuela, Ecuador and the U.S.
Rather than forcing employees who face discrimination to sue their employer, Harris’s plan would require that companies obtain an “equal
Australia’s reelection of a conservative coalition reflects a class realignment of political parties in the Anglosphere.