Americans’ Support for Death Penalty Stable

Consistent with recent years, 63% of Americans say they favor the death penalty for convicted murderers, and when given a choice, they prefer the death penalty (50%) over life imprisonment (45%) as the better punishment for murder. Source: Americans’ Support for Death Penalty Stable

Redes Ilícitas y Política en América Latina

Este libro analiza los nexus entre el crimen organizado y la política en América Latina. (Publication – http://www.idea.int/publications/illicit-networks-and-politics-in-latin-america/index.cfm) Source: Redes Ilícitas y Política en América Latina

Why isn’t there more global aid to fight Ebola?

By Abayomi Azikiwe Oct. 20 — Several United States congressional representatives have called for a ban on travel into the U.S. from the three West African states which have been the most severely impacted by the recent Ebola Virus Disease outbreak. These proposals demanded that President Barack Obama prohibit travelers from Sierra Leone, Guinea and […]

Behind stock market swings: World capitalist slowdown looms

By Fred Goldstein Oct. 19 — A global capitalist slowdown has sent world stock markets into decline, from Wall Street to London, Berlin and Tokyo. This slowdown is a sure sign of world capitalist overproduction, and should be of deep concern to the working class. In the U.S., the stock market just had its fourth […]