Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
Activists around the world are uniting to call for a stop to all nuclear weapons testing. Period.
This week the House majority released their budget blueprint for fiscal year 2019, which begins October 1.
It would be overly cynical not to recognize the Singapore Summit's potential for good.
Google has announced that it won’t renew a Pentagon contract for military applications of artificial intelligence.
Since 1940, the United States has been at war as often as not – 37 of the last 78 years, not counting the Cold War.
As our government launches unecessary and dangerous attacks in Syria, it's devastating to know who paid for it: we did.
Out of twelve major federal spending categories, only the military and veteran's benefits would be spared from the Trump cuts.
The resulting federal discretinary budgets invests 54% of the federal discretionary budget in the miltiary and nuclear weapons.
This is a president and military ramping up for war, in a country that has had more than enough. There's no other justification for the military spending Trump wants.