Erik Wennermark: Sorry for Inconveniencing You! Thank You for a Better Future!October 2014
Dispatch from Hong Kong's Occupy Central.
Todd Gitlin: A Change in the ClimateOctober 2014
The climate movement steps up.
A.C. Thompson: In Protecting the Elderly, California at Last Takes Steps to Catch UpOctober 2014
California, which has loosely regulated the assisted living industry for years, adopts measures that give advocates for the elderly modest hope.
Shazia Yousuf: The Hidden DamageOctober 2014
In the 1990s, as Kashmiri men fighting Indian occupation were tortured and killed, Kashmiri women silently suffered through a different kind of war.
Michael Grabell: Temp Land, CaliforniaOctober 2014
Employers will be legally responsible if their temp agencies and subcontractors put workers at risk or withhold wages.
Robert Reich: Why the Economy is Still Failing Most AmericansOctober 2014
Who really creates jobs?
Tom Engelhardt: Failure Is SuccessOctober 2014
How American intelligence works in the 21st century.
Richard Falk: Living Together on Planet EarthOctober 2014
Four logics that define the statist world order.
Empire by the NumbersSeptember 2014
American Empires: Guernica's staff collects some facts and figures on who has the power (and the money) in America today.
Ed Winstead: Empire of SighsSeptember 2014
American Empires: The talking heads are giving us bad information. So why are we still listening?
Jessica Machado: Falling Behind the KardashiansSeptember 2014
American Empires: In defense of Rob Kardashian, and turning your back on the family business.
Nick Turse: Pirates of the Gulf of GuineaSeptember 2014
In the face of rising maritime insecurity, AFRICOM claims success and Obama embraces a strongman.
Naveena Sadasivam: For Oil and Gas Companies, Rigging Seems to Involve Wages, TooSeptember 2014
Department of Labor investigations have uncovered cases in which oil and gas workers are being cheated of earnings.
Rick Lowe: Heart of the CitySeptember 2014
Nicole Audrey Spector interviews the artist, community advocate, and MacArthur "genius" grant winner about the power and limits of art in troubled communities.
Lois Beckett: Fact-Checking FeinsteinSeptember 2014
The senator says 'the evidence is clear: the ban worked.'
Jay Walljasper: These Streets Are Made for WalkingSeptember 2014
How to restore foot traffic as a way to go.
Zimri Yaseen: the puzzle boxSeptember 2014
Flash Fiction: she told me that at one i reached out and struck his closed right hand with my fat unsteady palm.
Peter van Buren: Apocalypse Now, Iraq EditionSeptember 2014
Fighting in Iraq until hell freezes over.
Julia Angwin and Robert Faturechi: Stanford Takes Google’s Money, Plays by Its RulesSeptember 2014
Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society has long received funding from Google, but a filing shows the university recently pledged to only use the money for non-privacy research.
Astra Taylor and Hannah Appel: Education With a Debt SentenceSeptember 2014
For-profit colleges have become American Dream crushers and factories of debt.
Virginia Konchan: Who’s Afraid of Tim Horton, Eco-Socialism, and Living off the State-Funded Grid?September 2014
How labor issues are expressed through assimilation and exile, in fiction and in real life.
Richard Falk: After ‘Protective Edge’September 2014
What is the future for Palestine and Israel?
Avi Asher-Schapiro: Obama’s Elephant GunSeptember 2014
Is the US attacking ISIS to avoid looking the fool?
Robert Reich: Why Ordinary People Bear Economic Risks and Donald Trump Doesn’tSeptember 2014
In America, people with lots of money can easily avoid the consequences of bad bets and big losses by cashing out at the first sign of trouble.
Daniel Kehlmann: Forging the ArtistSeptember 2014
Philip Zimmerman talks with the acclaimed novelist about false starts, art world con games, and why fate draws us to the novel.
Margaret Klein: We Need to TalkSeptember 2014
The founder of The Climate Mobilization talks with Bridget Read about how psychology—not science—may be the key to ending America’s climate denial.
Rebecca Solnit: Change in a Time of Climate ChangeSeptember 2014
What to do when you're running out of time.
Sisi Wei: Disappearing Voices and Supporting RussiaSeptember 2014
The Russian government’s efforts to silence critics is getting help from an unlikely source: a San Francisco-based blogging company.
Tom Engelhardt: Power DrainSeptember 2014
The mystery of the 21st century in a helter-skelter world.
Rick Hind: Will Obama Take on the Chemical Lobby?September 2014
The president shares responsibility if no action is taken on chemical-plant safety.