A week after Greek voters said No to a third bailout package, Twitter lit up with the hashtag #ThisIsACoup. We asked economist Mark Weisbrot, Co-Director of CEPR and author of “Failed: What the ‘Experts’ Got Wrong about the Global Economy,”…

America’s $1.2 trillion in student loan debt is more than just a number – it’s a weight borne by millions of students, often for decades. Some have no degree to show for it and are on a “debt strike.” Others…

Under the premise of cracking down on undocumented migrants, the Dominican Republic canceled birth certificates – even those as far back as 1929 – belonging to Dominicans of Haitian descent. Some 250,000 people, many who have never even visited Haiti…

Internationally exhibited artist André Eugène sculpts Vodou gods out of scrap metal, carved wood, computer gadgets, human bones and refuse. Eugene’s studio, in a downtown Port-au-Prince ghetto, has been described as “the Sistine Chapel of the New World, or at…

A cholera outbreak which left thousands dead, sexual abuse, murder and crackdowns on protesters – a look at MINUSTAH, one of the most controversial UN peacekeeping deployments.