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What Cuba can teach us about health care

Even Trump supporters agree we can learn something from the country’s universal, low-cost health care system. It’s that good.

The right of return: Will Syria’s refugees be able to rebuild their country?

Western media continues to lend legitimacy to the extremists who have rampaged through Syria for 6 years.

The anti-corruption revolution

Global uprisings against corruption can fuse middle-class concerns over the rule of law to a more radical critique of unequal political systems.

US leads world in inequality, and it is getting worse

“Inequality is not inevitable.” Yet the United States continues to widen the inequality gap.

The Trump administration’s dangerous plans for “America’s backyard”

The last thing these countries need is a further escalation of violence and new approaches for dealing with what is in large part a youth problem need to be put forward.

Trump’s restrictions on Cuba are a detour, not the future

It’s unlikely the administration has either the will or the means to roll back the full suite of Obama-era reforms.

Child soldier wins $8.1 million after being held by US illegally in Guantanamo for...

Canada apologizes for not aiding its captive citizen.

Mexico’s methane emissions threaten the environment

In 2013, Mexico emitted 126 million tons of methane into the atmosphere.

Canada’s hollow celebration

As Canadians celebrate 150 years of nationhood it seems that the ongoing suffering of the country’s original inhabitants is once again mostly absent from the stories we tell about ourselves.

Trump approves U.S.-Mexico pipeline ‘that’ll go right under the wall’

"A better vision for American energy exists, but it isn't coming from the White House."