The Fed prints money. What happens if we printed enough money to make sure everyone keeps their job?
The Sanders campaign was mocked, ridiculed, and maligned. But five years after it first started, it's clear it has altered the country's trajectory.
As financial markets crash and unemployment surges, it’s clearly not just humans, but also our economic system, that is acutely susceptible to this global pandemic.
Polls out Wednesday show Sanders surging but only 28% of Americans saying they had a favorable view of his ideology.
“Because our kids no longer learn civics in school they longer study Western history, they no longer read Western literature.”
Morales' resignation may calm anti-government protests, but his departure leaves a volatile power vacuum.
"Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto" argues that liberal feminism has failed to address the deep-seated systems of inequality that undergird gender oppression. So what's next?
VICE News attended a celebration of 200 years of Karl Marx featuring Marxist DJs, academic panels, and whatever Slavoj Zizek was thinking four minutes ago.
Meet the people behind the accounts challenging capitalist rhetoric on Instagram.
We asked a bunch of socialists what their vision of America would look like.
After InfoWars took down the original video, actress Dasha Nekrasova recently reposted the clip of herself coolly telling street interviewer Ashton Whitty she has worms in her brain.
The story of Robert Daw and Rae Lewis-Ayling, who travelled to Iraq to help build the utopian Rojava, but ended up in prison for 40 days.