Two stars of the stage, small and big screens will co-host the 2014 Village Voice OBIE Awards on May 19 at Webster Hall (125 East 11th Street) in the East Village. Tamara Tunie, perhaps best known as the lead in the Public Theater's Troilus and Cressida (among more credits listed below) and Hamish L ... More >>
via Reuters‚ÄčThe latest out of Egypt: thousands of protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square are demonstrating, even though the military is firing shots into the air to scare them off. New protests are also being reported in Alexandria Suez. Yesterday, Pres. Mubarak appointed Omar Suleiman (whom the Time ... More >>
Sunday's New York Times includes a somewhat original, overlooked take on the most infamous terrorist in the world, the still-not-caught Osama bin Laden, who released two new audio recordings over the weekend. The article, instead of the standard "Where's Waldo?", focuses on bin Laden's "wide- ... More >>
There were two and a half million dead in the last two Sudan genocides—and now a third is on the way
Pressuring al-Bashir by way of Coca-Cola and GE
China, naturally, supports a UN resolution with no teeth
Ryszard Kapuscinski's portrait of the journalist as a young man, Herodotus in his pocket
What can any of us actually do about the Darfur genocide? A new organization knows.
Using China's pride in the 2008 Olympics as a weapon against its shameful support of the Darfur nightmare
African Union humiliates Sudan, but doesn't stop rapes and murders in Darfur
After hundreds of thousands of black Muslim corpses, is the genocide at last over?
Leaving the United Nations, the Secretary General tells us why it's not working.
The murderous janjaweed did not sign the peace treaty to end Darfur's genocide
Confronting the shame of indifference
On April 30 in Washington, a 'Rally to End Genocide' confronts the shame of indifference
The story behind the story of the furor over the Muhammad cartoons
With rape as an official weapon in Darfur, Sudan officials are now welcome here
President trades silence on Darfur for terrorist information from murderous Sudan
CIA's close relationship with Sudan's government enables genocide there to continue
The only chance for the survivors of Darfur may be a mass divestment campaign
How free-market investors contribute to genocide in Darfur while they take the profits
As black Africans are murdered and raped, most Americans are indifferent
News orgs are serving up the Sudan conflict as a race war. Sadly, it's not that simple.
In Egypt, Africans fleeing a genocide find protection, and little else
Arab Muslims Are Viciously Killing and Raping Black Muslims. So Where Is the World?
Listening to the Arabs of New York
'Our Work Isn't Done. It's Just Begun.'
A Law Punishing Slavery Now
'Are You Living in This World, Mr. Kansteiner?'
Showing Bush the Face of Terror
Big Oil and Big Slavery
How the U.S. Missed a Chance to Get Bin Laden
No Greater Tragedy on Earth
Trading in the Blood Oil of Sudan
All the Children Had to Watch
We Descendants of These Slaves
'The World Is Strangely Silent'
Are You Backing the Slave Trade?
The Bombing of the Al Shifa Pharmaceutical Plant in Sudan is one of Clinton's lamest lies but who cares?
What was gained by last week's bombing spree? No one knows.
Without Iran, Clinton Still Holds a Bad Hand