National

  • How did we get the misogynist-in-chief?

    The Trump campaign gave voice to some of the most backward ideas in society--but the truth is there wasn't a voice for our side in November.

  • Ready to do what's right in Standing Rock

    An Iraq War vet explains why she traveled to Standing Rock--and the special role that military veterans can play in this struggle.

  • Scaring off the Klan in North Carolina

    At multiple demonstrations, anti-racists in North Carolina and Virginia turned out to oppose the racist hate of the Klan.

  • How the water protectors won at Standing Rock

    SW contributors describe what they saw on a trip to Standing Rock as an announcement is made about the future of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

  • Labor battles at Columbia University

    Faculty and grad workers at two Columbia University colleges are fighting for the protection only a strong union can provide.

  • Veterans deploy for justice at Standing Rock

    An Iraq War vet who joined water protectors opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline talks about why everyone needs to be a part of this struggle.

  • Obama's cowardly silence on Standing Rock

    The president's inaction in the face of brutality against the Standing Rock protesters shows the true priorities of his administration all along.

  • What’s wrong with counting the votes again?

    The Green Party's Jill Stein has attracted a lot of attention--and criticism--for pushing for a basic element of democracy integrity.

  • A smear against solidarity at Standing Rock

    There is no "Burning Man crisis" in Standing Rock, and we should be suspicious when police worry about the welfare of our camps.

  • Sounding the retreat before Trump takes office

    One Democrat after another, starting with Barack Obama, has called on Americans to support Donald Trump because we're "on the same team."

  • Our day of mourning

    The longtime Indigenous political prisoner reflects on his pride and sorrow as he sends solidarity to the struggle at Standing Rock.

  • Their pipeline won't work without oil

    Activists in Olympia, Washington, staged a week-long blockade to try to stop fracking materials from getting to North Dakota.

  • Now's the time for socialist organization

    People radicalizing now not only have to stand up and be counted against Trump, but figure out what alternative they are going to organize for.

  • Challenging a billionaire pipeline pusher

    Energy Transfer Partners CEO Kelcy Warren is the ignorant and arrogant villain behind the Dakota Access Pipeline.

  • The Trump emergency

    Donald Trump's victory is a blow on so many fronts, but a new generation of activists has been coming into its own for years.

  • The water protectors aren't backing down

    Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock say they will stand strong against threats to clear the Oceti Sakowin Camp.

  • A vandalized church turned site of resistance

    A church attended mostly by immigrants that was vandalized after the election now proudly displays banners of solidarity.

  • Labor can't sit out the fight at Standing Rock

    A co-founder of Labor for Standing Rock calls on unions and union members to join the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

  • The struggle ahead for Burlington teachers

    Teachers in Burlington, Vermont, threatened to strike and forced the school board back to the table, setting the stage for future fights.

  • Women protesters confront the "Black Snake"

    More than 150 women of the Oceti Sakowin Camp at Standing Rock faced down Morton County sheriffs in a #NoDAPL protest.

  • They turned Standing Rock into a war zone

    An eyewitness tells what happened when authorities unleashed a vicious attack on peaceful protesters trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

  • We stand with Kshama Sawant

    The socialist on the Seattle City Council is under attack for calling for inauguration protests--and for being a woman of color.

  • Who will be North Carolina's governor?

    North Carolina may yet toss out the governor who pushed the state's notorious "bathroom bill"--but he's fighting the election result.

  • Why Wisconsin went for Trump

    Donald Trump's upset victories in "Rustbelt" states like Wisconsin were a shock, but looking back, the writing has been on the wall for a while.

  • Putting a dent in the Hoffa machine

    With a near-victory in recent elections, the Teamsters United slate took on James P. Hoffa and his concessionary administration.