In Sweden they’re doing a "lockdown lite." The bars and restaurants have never closed, primary schools and child-care centres have stayed open. Reporter Lisa Millar presents a profile of a country debating the value of human life as the death toll mounts.
"Democracy Now!" looks at the path forward for the Biden-Harris administration and the role of social movements with political strategist Waleed Shahid and author and analyst Michael Eric Dyson.
Solar-powered radios have been distributed to the poorest homes that lack electricity access, with lessons broadcast daily during the COVID-19 crisis — and perhaps beyond.
Is Big Tech Too Powerful? Chris Hedges and Ramesh Srinivasan Debate Twitter and Facebook Banning Trump
While many are applauding social media companies' banning of President Trump from their platforms, author Chris Hedges warns they could backfire.
After months of inaction, Congress finally appears close to passing a second coronavirus stimulus package. The agreement is likely to include additional unemployment assistance of $300 a week and one-time direct cash payments of between $600 and $700.
Workers and families suffer as Italy's stagnant economy reels from lockdowns aimed at halting the spread of COVID-19.
As India battles COVID-19, the climate-resilient, nature-based lifestyles of some communities are helping protect them.
John Koza, chair of National Popular Vote, says the chaos of the 2020 election is further proof that the United States should abandon the Electoral College system as it is currently constituted.