National

  • 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.`

  • The prejudices of a moral panic against women

    Poor women already face obstacles raising their children, but they're being put under greater scrutiny, especially over drug use.

  • Pension workers strike for their pensions

    Workers who handle health care and pension funds for several Seattle-area unions find themselves in a fight for their own benefits.