Expert: Cop pressed gun to Patrick Lyoya’s head then fired Detroit Free Press
Why Health Concerns Are at the Heart of the New Amazon and Starbucks Unions Alexa Spencer, Word In Black
Flight Attendants Urge Calm and Patience While We Wait for Further Instructions Association of Flight Attendants
Poor People’s Pandemic Report: Mapping the Intersections of Poverty, Race and COVID-19 Poor People’s Campaign
Israeli Forces Leave 153 Wounded at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem Orinoco Tribune
Sri Lankan Economic Crisis Inflicted by Self-Serving Elite Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram
Russia Has Launched Phase Two Of Its Operation In Ukraine Moon of Alabama
Scott and Larry Make Their (Professional) Points. Andrei Martyanov
There is one aspect here of which Scott Ritter talks about: US weapons, traditionally grossly overpriced, are not that good
War and Peace in Ukraine Fighting Words
Speech by Hezbollah Secretary General Sayed Hassan Nasrallah on March 8, 2022, on the occasion of the Day of the Wounded.
Naive Questions About Russia’s War Economy Yves Smith
On May 6, 2022, we mark the 140th anniversary of the passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act. It was the nation’s first law that declared one ethnic group, the Chinese, as undesirable immigrants and declared all Chinese in the U.S. ineligible for citizenship.
Einstein wasn’t a “lone genius” after all Ethan Siegel
Einstein, contrary to the popular narrative, wasn’t a lone genius, but rather only achieved the successes that he did because of his friends, colleagues, professors, and the larger community of physicists, astronomers, and mathematicians that he was a part of. Without them, including his study-buddy friends Conrad Habicht and Maurice Solovine, pictured alongside him in 1903, his ideas, brilliant as they were, would likely have gone nowhere.
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