National

  • Real estate greed caused the deadly Bronx fire

    The deadliest fire in recent New York City history was the result of weak regulations that put the profits of landlords ahead of tenant safety.

  • The phony "populist" delivers for the rich

    The Republican tax cuts to benefit business and the rich make it crystal clear that Trump's "populism" was as much a con as Trump University.

  • Oakland workers fight to live in their city

    A one-week strike this month by public workers demanded that they make enough to get by in the gentrifying city they serve.

  • Corporate profiteers plunder Puerto Rico

    The misery of the many is the basis of the privilege of the few in Puerto Rico with reconstruction efforts that put business interests first.

  • How much should you care about Russiagate?

    The partisan war over the investigation into the Trump campaign is heating up, raising the specter of a constitutional crisis that could shake U.S politics.

  • This is our campus, not the Klan's

    A noose left on the football field at Amherst College this fall led to a strong expression of anti-racist opposition throughout the year.

  • Raising our voices against the tax-cut heist

    Republicans are boasting that they'll get away with their class-war tax cut bill--but it won't happen without urgent protests.

  • A killer cop gets away with an execution

    Recently released video of a 2016 police killing in Arizona is horrifying--but not surprising given the epidemic of cop violence in the U.S.

  • Starving schools to shut them down in Chicago

    Four "underperforming" schools have been slated for closure, but education activists see through Chicago officials' theft of resources.

  • Trump's favorite hatemonger bites the dust

    The defeat of Bible-thumping predator Roy Moore was about more than a Senate seat--it was a test of support for the Republicans' reactionary monsters.

  • Get ICE out of the courthouse

    New York City public defenders launched a campaign against the targeting of immigrants who come to court to exercise their rights.

  • Why is ICE targeting Siham Byah?

    A mother and veteran activist is facing deportation--and her only "crime" may be speaking against the Moroccan government.

  • We reject Trump's border wall

    During a right-wing rally to support a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, cops looked on as white supremacists attacked anti-racists.

  • Renters crash a landlords' party in Seattle

    Activists organizing around tenants' rights and homelessness came together to make sure that Seattle landlords felt the heat.

  • The clock is ticking for DACA recipients

    Trump's cruel decision to phase out DACA by March is causing chaos for undocumented youth--and bringing important movement debates to a head.

  • Taking a toll on the information superhighway

    The actions of the FCC are about to give a few powerful companies unprecedented control over our access to online content.

  • A DREAMer organizes for others' dreams

    The Republican tax heist is overshadowing another tragedy: the fear of DACA recipients and their families facing an uncertain future.

  • These Nazis just want to be your neighbors

    A New York Times puff piece on a neo-Nazi that attracted well-deserved criticism shows the strategy of the racists to try to normalize their presence.

  • Cyntoia Brown should be free

    Attention is finally being paid to the case of a sex trafficking victim sentenced to life in prison for shooting a man in self-defense.

  • Protesting a racist speaker at UConn

    Hundreds of anti-racists mobilized to protest an alt-right provocateur who was invited to speak on the topic "It's OK to Be White."

  • Graduate workers fight the GOP tax plan

    On more than 50 campuses, graduate students organized walkouts, grade-ins and rallies to protest the GOP tax plan that targets higher education.

  • Part-time faculty send a message in Chicago

    Part-time faculty went on a two-day strike at Columbia College in Chicago--with students and full-time faculty by their side.

  • Trump's scheme to tie up a weakling watchdog

    If Trump and the Republicans get their way, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will be gutted by its new acting director.

  • Instant preplay of the Amazon bidding war

    Some of the cities that swiped public money to build sports stadiums are now vying for Amazon's second corporate headquarters.

  • Where the abusers make the rules

    The #MeToo moment has come to Capitol Hill--revealing a system that protects the harassers and abusers, and silences women who report them.