‘Rage Induced Policing’: Hacked Documents Reveal DC Police’s Aggressive Robbery Crackdowns
Internal emails and their attachments show that a roving Metropolitan Police Department unit attempted to suppress robberies in 2012 and 2013 by stopping and frisking and surveilling residents of Black neighborhoods.
Resisting Empire at the ‘Tip of the Spear’
The Pentagon is increasing its forces on Guam, but Indigenous residents are fighting back.
Guam Was Ready to Help Relocate Afghans. Biden Ghosted.
In 1975, the US military evacuated nearly 112,000 Vietnamese refugees to Guam. Why wasn’t this strategy used now?
Hacked Emails Give Unfiltered View Into the Washington, DC, Police Gang Database
The emails reveal how the Metropolitan Police Department’s gang database is connected to other flawed tough-on-crime initiatives.
The Right-Wing Web Lobbying for Puerto Rican Statehood
Some of the same interests that promote business in “opportunity zones” are funding the pro-statehood push in Washington.
There Is No Yemen Policy
It remains unclear what, if anything, Biden has done to stop the Saudi Arabia–led military intervention.
Julian Aguon’s Poetic Riposte to American Empire
The CHamoru lawyer discusses the militarization of Guam and his new book, The Properties of Perpetual Light.
In LA County Jails, Coronavirus Chaos Keeps People Locked Up Longer
Quarantine procedures at LA County jails have led likely thousands of people to miss court dates, and with that, opportunities for release.
The Hunts Point Strike Is Just the Beginning
Given the compounding injustices of the Covid-19 era, workers’ demands are resonating across the country.
Detroit Is Suing Black Lives Matter Protesters for ‘Civil Conspiracy’
The city’s lawsuit came after protesters won a restraining order against Detroit cops for their violent response to the George Floyd protests.