National

  • 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.

  • How solidarity stopped a deportation

    There are important lessons to learn from the successful fight to stop Riaz Talukder from being taken from his family and community.

  • Trump picks a Big Pharma profiteer

    Donald Trump has nominated yet another corporate swamp creature, this one to run the federal agency overseeing public health.

  • The deadly details of the Republican budget

    The Republicans’ cruel proposal for the 2018 budget is part of a decades-long attempt to shred the social safety net that working people depend on.

  • Hearing all the voices of the #MeToo moment

    The #MeToo campaign struck a profound chord because of the pervasive reality of sexual violence in people's everyday lives.

  • The tax-cut weapon in their one-sided class war

    The Republican tax rip-off would aid and abet a massive and flagrant shift of wealth to the already rich at the expense of working-class and poor people.

  • Anti-racists outnumber the far right in Boston

    The far right rallied in Boston for the third time this year, but 500 counterprotesters mobilized to show their opposition.

  • Exposing the right's fake clinic in Madison

    Supporters of reproductive rights mobilized outside a Madison-area "crisis pregnancy center" that poses as an abortion provider.

  • A year of living dangerously

    Trump's deeply unpopular presidency seems able to defy political gravity, but there are institutional strings holding him aloft.

  • Hold the right responsible for its violence

    Columbia University College Republicans claim their speakers don’t incite violence. We have the facts that prove otherwise.

  • Sayfullo Saipov's wretched job

    The investigation into the Uzbek immigrant's deadly terrorist attack will likely ignore the miserable years he spent as a truck driver.

  • The Moore-holy-than-thou hypocrites

    Apparently, the Religious Right won't let anything, even sexual assault allegations, get in the way of their crusade for "morality."

  • We need justice for Jason Pero

    The murder of a 14-year-old Obijwe boy in northern Wisconsin is part of a long history of police violence against Native Americans.

  • OSU graduate students protest GOP attack

    Graduate students at Ohio State University are protesting the House Republican tax plan that would harm graduate education.