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Cuba’s Vaccine Could End Up Saving Millions of Lives

Branko Marcetic Jacobin
Thanks to its public biotech sector and its government’s deep commitment to public health, Cuba is now the only low-income country to have made its own COVID vaccine, and it's poised to help millions around the world.

Five Reasons the Left Won in Venezuela

Leonardo Flores CODEPINK
These include good governance in health, housing and food, an improving economic situation, a (mostly) united left, a divided opposition, and an opposition that is extremely unpopular.

A Look at How Unions Lift Workers

Steven Greenhouse American Prospect
Unions aren’t just about strikes and politics—the stories the media covers. There’s a big story the media usually misses about unions: how, concretely, they improve workers’ lives.

Republicans are Taking Their Terror Campaign to the Next Level

Lindsay Beyerstein AlterNet
In addition to elections officials across the country being subjected to death threats from voters who have been duped by the Big Lie of election fraud, Wisconsin Republicans are now threatening them with felony charges.