Steven Donziger Describes Contempt Case as a “Charade” as Trial Comes to a Close
The environmental lawyer who sued Chevron over environmental pollution faces up to six months in prison.
Tax-Exempt U.S. Nonprofits Fuel Israeli Settler Push to Evict Palestinians
U.S. charities are funding Israeli settler organizations working to evict Palestinians from their East Jerusalem homes.
VoicesCan Palestinian Lives Matter?
George Floyd’s death penetrated the American imagination. Now Palestinians fight for the right to be human. Will the world see them?
Fate Winslow, Freed in December From a One-Time Life Sentence for Pot, Has Been Murdered
Winslow was released after 12 years in prison following a change in Louisiana law.
The Coronavirus CrisisWeeks Without a Shower: Neglect Defines Covid-19 Containment in California Jails
Incarcerated people have been denied basic services in the name of fighting the virus, exacting a heavy psychological toll.