Putin welcomes Díaz-Canel to the Kremlin

Putin welcomes Díaz-Canel to the Kremlin

Cuban Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel met Wednesday in Moscow with President Vladimir V. Putin and members of his staff. The men discussed the outlook for trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.

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Putin welcomes Díaz-Canel to the Kremlin

Putin welcomes Díaz-Canel to the Kremlin

Cuban Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel met Wednesday in Moscow with President Vladimir V. Putin and members of his staff. The men discussed the outlook for trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.

It’s time to call what happened in Brazil a coup; and there are transcripts that prove it

It’s time to call what happened in Brazil a coup; and there are transcripts that prove it

Brazil’s largest newspaper, Folha de São Paulo, has published transcripts of a conversation that shines a light on the fact that what is being avoided and smashed in Brazil is democracy.

Díaz-Canel to meet with Russian premier this week (Updated)

Díaz-Canel to meet with Russian premier this week (Updated)

Cuban Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel will travel to Moscow and meet on Thursday with Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev. On Tuesday, Díaz-Canel continued his visit to Belarus by touring the Public Administration Academy in Minsk.

Why Trump?

Why Trump?

How did the bad boy, swashbuckling real estate mogul and reality show star with zero political experience, who comes across as a loose cannon, do it?

Lukashenko sees ‘positive trends’ in Belarus-Cuba ties

Lukashenko sees ‘positive trends’ in Belarus-Cuba ties

Cuban Vice President Miguel Díaz-Canel met Monday in Minsk with Belarussian President Aleksandr Lukashenko at the start of an official visit to Belarus.

Puerto Rico debt plan ‘looks out for needs of Wall Street’ first, says Sanders

Puerto Rico debt plan ‘looks out for needs of Wall Street’ first, says Sanders

Bailing out Wall Street continues to dominate discussions and actions in Washington, D.C. and presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders is not favoring any of it. On Monday Sanders came out against the plan to restructure Puerto Rico’s $70 billion debt.

Democrats can’t unite unless Wasserman Schultz goes!

Democrats can’t unite unless Wasserman Schultz goes!

Debbie Wasserman Schultz embodies the tactics that have eroded the ability of Democrats to once again be the party of the working class. As DNC chair she has opened the floodgates for Big Money and brought lobbyists into the inner circle.

Payback’s a bitch

Payback’s a bitch

Bernie Sanders just delivered some payback this weekend in the South Florida congressional primary race in District 23. Lording over that district since 2005 has been Florida Congresswoman and Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who is facing her first true challenger, Tim Canova.

Advice for Bernie supporters from Robert Reich

Advice for Bernie supporters from Robert Reich

Robert Reich suggests that we continue to work like hell for Bernie, especially given upcoming primaries in California and New Jersey on June 7. But don’t demonize or denigrate Hillary Clinton, he advises, she may be the only person standing between us and a Trump presidency.

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