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A first-of-its-kind study from Jacobin, YouGov, and the Center for Working-Class Politics finds that economic populism can help progressives win more working-class voters.
When and where organized labor’s been on the move.
Oliver Stone’s controversial 1991 political thriller JFK was fiction that poked real holes in the official account of the president’s death.
All the key QAnon lingo you missed on 8chan.
They’re plotting against us. So our ear is to the ground.
Publishers love a good story. And some of the best ones are completely bogus.
Conspiracy theories are rife with esoteric motifs. But what do those symbols actually represent?
Some people suspect that humanity’s greatest achievements aren’t human achievements at all. Some people suspect that humanity’s greatest achievements aren’t human achievements at all.
The 1998 B-list slasher film Urban Legend unleashes on its protagonists a host of horrors from the American folk canon. Some have their roots in real life.
The Manson Family left a trail of bodies in 1969. No one should have been surprised.
And he sounds like . . . a hippie?
Crunching the numbers on the class war.
The Caribbean has a reputation for its lenient tax laws, but the United States is the second-biggest tax haven in the world.
What actually happened to Nepal’s royal family on June 2, 2001?
There remains a fortune to be made at sea — but no longer in Somalia. Modern pirates have turned their attention to the Singapore Strait and the South China Sea.
Between 2013 and 2016, Ebola claimed more than 11,000 lives in West Africa. Beginning in 2018, another two-year wave of the devastating disease caused a further 2,000 deaths in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. These days, even when Ebola itself isn’t spreading, false conspiracy theories about it are.
People have been speculating about the British royal family for centuries. You decide which conjectures might be true.
The Cold War’s greatest Road Runner and Coyote shit show.
Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince and prime minister of Saudi Arabia — not to mention the man behind the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi — has a host of American celebrity friends.