National

  • What to do when the alt-right comes to campus

    Students are being welcomed back this fall with the news that bigots like Bannon and Milo have been invited to speak. What should you do about it?

  • A society built on violence

    Despite constant media coverage, the wider questions about a society where horrors like Las Vegas can take place go unanswered.

  • Vermont teachers show they won't back down

    Last month's strike by Burlington teachers won modest salary gains and strengthened the union for the struggles to come.

  • A boycott at Berkeley for safety and solidarity

    A math professor explains why UC Berkeley faculty called for a boycott during the far right's "Free Speech Week" provocation.

  • From champs to chumps

    The champion Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team dishonored their fans and their city by accepting Trump's White House invitation.

  • Seattle challenges the "40 Days"

    Seattle pro-choice activists kicked off their protests against the "40 Days for Life" by vastly outnumbering the anti-abortion side.

  • UT goes after an immigrant rights activist

    As right-wing hate groups swarm campuses, the University of Texas is painting an immigrant rights organizer as a violent threat.

  • Seattle students walk out for DACA

    Seattle high school students from across the city walked out of classes to demand better treatment of their immigrant peers.

  • The DREAMers put Pelosi on notice

    Read the speech delivered by immigrant youth who interrupted Nancy Pelosi's press conference about her DACA deal.

  • Solidarity with the Indigenous movement

    The ISO sent greetings to a meeting of several hundred Indigenous organizers and supporters organized by the Red Nation.

  • Forty ways to oppose "40 Days for Life"

    A reproductive rights organization provides a day-by-day counter for the 40 days of bigotry by anti-abortion fanatics at women's clinics across the U.S.

  • What's the next step toward Medicare for All?

    Sanders' bill for single-payer health care is a crack in the political edifice--and a chance to organize pressure at the grassroots.

  • Solidarity with a UT immigrant rights organizer

    Socialists and immigrant rights activists at the University of Texas are mobilizing to defend Eric Nava-Perez from a campus ban.

  • Nazis defile anti-fascist tribute

    When someone painted Nazi graffiti on a memorial in Madison honoring anti-fascists, activists turned out to oppose them.

  • Why is Scout dead?

    The shooting of a Georgia Tech student by campus police raises questions about the lack of mental health care and other support.

  • Shooting bullets at a hurricane

    The problem isn't just Republicans who deny climate science, but self-appointed leaders of the "resistance" among the Democrats.

  • The alt-reich fiasco that cost Berkeley $1 million

    This week's far-right festival of hate at the University of California at Berkeley flamed out before it started--leaving the university holding the bill.

  • Why Goodwill goes bad

    David Goudie saw a co-worker crushed to death because of unsafe conditions he had previously warned about--and then was fired from his job.

  • St. Louis refuses to be silenced about killer cops

    St. Louis streets surged with daily protests after a not-guilty verdict for a cop who killed in cold blood--but police doubled down with more repression.

  • The right is storming women's clinics

    Anti-abortion fanatics busted into clinics in three cities this weekend to threaten patients and staff--marking a new escalation in the right wing's offensive.

  • Chuck and Nancy's art of the deal

    Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi say they saved DACA for immigrant youth. But they gave Trump more weapons to use against their parents.

  • New York Teamsters stand for sanctuary

    Teamsters Joint Council 16, representing 120,000 workers in the New York area, has pledged to defend undocumented members.

  • Berkeley faculty ready to boycott the alt-right

    Hundreds of faculty and graduate students at UC Berkeley are planning an all-campus boycott as the alt-right plans to invade.

  • Campus crusaders for hate

    Get ready: The right wing--from pro-Trump College Republicans to well-dressed reactionaries to outright fascists--is coming for your college.

  • We won't let them silence us at Ohio University

    Students and faculty at Ohio University are responding to a new administration policy that effectively forbids political activity.`