More work hours, less breaks, less wages—predictions about the new work culture for those in the unorganised sector make for a chilling picture.
The coronavirus has revealed so many of our institutions to be vulnerable or broken. But that doesn't mean they will change.
Even though our old lives—filled with friends and social gatherings and face-touching—feel very near, the essential shape of has already been irreparably changed.
The 23-year-old is trying to be responsible. During the last semester, he worked nights five days a week at Target. On his days off, he went to class.
Young people are trying to reclaim their time from the pressures of capitalism.
Cierra Brown is trying to do all she can on her own, but it rarely feels like she’s doing enough.
It’s a reward for hacktivists and criminals who break into capitalist institutions, offered by one of the most infamous hackers of all time.
A state of emergency already in place in Santiago was expanded to other cities near the capital, and the government imposed a night-time curfew to tamp down the violence
The Indian Government Is Trying to Erase the Citizenship of Millions. Climate Change Might Get There First
An entire community of Bengali Muslims faces an uncertain future amidst rising anti-Muslim sentiment in India, which has only been made worse by the threat of their land being washed away.
“It can’t hurt to ask” is extremely common advice, but when we’re all so accessible online, just being able to reach someone and ask for their help doesn’t mean what it used to.
It's a terrifying window into the tenant/landlord power dynamic—and a national housing hellscape.
It's not just playing "Baby Shark" over and over.