Mitt Romney won the Nevada caucuses Saturday night. As of 9:20 a.m. with 71 percent reporting, Romney had 47.6 percent of the vote. Newt Gingrich trailed him with 22.7 percent. "This is not the first time you gave me your vote of confidence, and this time I'm going to take it to the White House," Ro ... More >>
Though the weekend included strategic bombing campaigns in Libya nicknamed Operation Odyssey Dawn, carried out by the United States, in association with France and the United Kingdom, it took until Monday for President Barack Obama to notify Congress, via an official notification, that the U. ... More >>
via APFollowing a shift by Hillary Clinton, President Obama spoke from the White House yesterday to take somewhat of a harder line on U.S. intervention in Libya: "If Colonel Qaddafi does not comply with the resolution, the international community will impose consequences. The resolution will be e ... More >>
A week ago, Israeli paratroopers took over a ship on the high seas that was part of a flotilla trying to flout Israel's embargo against Gaza. Those aboard the boat, which carried wheelchairs and such like, fought back against the invading Israelis, who retaliated by killing nine of them. Even some ... More >>
Way funnier than this photo would lead you to believe. Open-minded types that we are, we're finding ourselves increasingly entertained by MSNBC's Morning Joe, which we'll nominate as the best show to breakfast by--it has a kind of looseness that TV needs more of, plus it's actually aimed at adults ... More >>
There were two and a half million dead in the last two Sudan genocides—and now a third is on the way
Has anyone heard Darfur mentioned in the presidential debates? Or in Congress?
Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu said he will join the call for a boycott of the 2000 Olympics unless China changes its U.N. Security Council position on Burma. Saturday, October 6th, has been declared an International Day of Action For Burma. Organizers are asking that people worldwide wear ... More >>
China, naturally, supports a UN resolution with no teeth
The U.N.'s feng shui club ventures to change the Security Council's energy
What can any of us actually do about the Darfur genocide? A new organization knows.
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
Past annual addresses of a saber-rattling president
Commission blames American-backed Indonesian military
Vice president deals Mubarak in on nuclear standoff
China and Japan's latest beef; talk of fuel rationing gets serious
Congressman demands answers from Bolton over Niger fiasco
The United Nations is useless to blacks in Darfur. China will veto any meaningful action.
The only chance for the survivors of Darfur may be a mass divestment campaign
As black Africans are murdered and raped, most Americans are indifferent
'Never again,' said secretary general Kofi Annan after Rwanda. Corpses are back.
U.S. Soldiers Consult With God, Ponder the End of Government as We Know It
Their Tongues Were Cut Out for Slandering Hussein
Let Us Count the Lies on the Road to War
The President Trips Out on Iraq at Press Conference
Security Council Countries Threatened With Loss of U.S. Aid
It's the Post-War Economy, Stupid!
Did the Media Have a Choice?
Britain's Anti-War Majority Rallies in London, Gets Heard
NYC Peace Activists Vow to Face Down Bush's War
The Bush warmongers miss the bloody truth
Protesters in Turkey Tell Uncle Sam to Go Home
'Our Work Isn't Done. It's Just Begun.'
Vacationing Bush Plots End of Iraq
America Goes Into the Energy Business With the Former Evil Empire
War vs. Peace: Novelists and Essayists Tell the 'Voice' Where They Stand
The Security Council Declares AIDS in Africa a Threat to World Stability
Only a Dream a Nonviolent Army?
Eerie Prospects After Bombing
A political action that couples sex with death