Thursday, June 17, 2021

Federal workers to receive Friday off to observe Juneteenth

“This is an important step forward for our country.”

Videos reveal Maryland police assaulting teens for vaping

"The uses of force from these arrests will go through a multi-level examination by the Assistant Patrol Commander, the Division Commander and then by the Office of Professional Standards.”

Why vegans should focus on farmworkers’ rights

The harsh reality is that, in the realm of factory farming, workers are mistreated nearly as often as their animal counterparts.

Chicago cop arrested for storming Capitol building

The charges against Officer Karol Chwiesiuk each carry up to a year in prison if convicted.

Former Orange County police chief charged with involvement in Capitol riots

a former California police chief and five other men were recently indicted on conspiracy, obstruction, and unlawful entry charges.

New Analysis reveals how little the top .001% pay in taxes

“Looks like the biggest tax story of the year, if not the decade.”

‘Dangerous and unconscionable’: Amnesty finds Biden is illegally expelling thousands of unaccompanied children

“The Biden administration is summarily returning almost all unaccompanied Mexican children just hours after they seek safe haven, often without considering the risks they could face upon return.”

The future of abortion

The entire issue involving abortion is one with impossible contradictions and conflicts.

Water protectors join together in march to halt Line 3 pipeline

“Find your bravery, find your community, find your truth. Stand with us and Stop Line 3.”

The time to secure voting rights is now or never

Unless the Democrats can rally to push through legislation that protects the right to vote now and into the future, elections may cease to matter entirely.