The Clintons were the key architects of a thinly veiled race-based campaign strategy that escalated as Hillary Clinton's presidential aspirations disintegrated. June 5, 2008
Millions of his supporters believe he is committed to a radically different course for U.S. foreign policy. But is Barack Obama really the anti-warrior he is made out to be?
June 4, 2008
The Republicans have gotten help from two hated opponents: Hillary and Bill Clinton have set out the most effective ways to attack Barack Obama. June 3, 2008
Turns out that the man hailed by some as the savior of the labor movement in the 21st century is proving himself an old-school labor bureaucrat after all. June 2, 2008
Scenes of terrible violence against immigrants are playing out in South Africa’s slums, with more than 50 dead so far and tens of thousands forced to flee. May 29, 2008
Four-year-old Isabella Griggs won the fight of her life when an insurance giant caved to pressure and agreed to cover necessary rehabilitative training. May 26, 2008
The reaction to former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan's memoir speaks volumes about the crisis of the Republican Party. June 6, 2008
You might think the fact that a female-driven movie, Sex and the City, topped the box office charts would be cause for celebration. Until you see the movie. June 5, 2008
Federal immigration officials are continuing a series of raids in the Bay Area, but their actions have sparked anger and protest. May 30, 2008
A member of Iraq Veterans Against the War who served in Afghanistan and beyond explains why he decided to defy orders to deploy to Iraq. May 23, 2008
Some 400 people protested Minutemen cofounder Chris Simcox in the biggest anti-Minutemen demonstration in Chicago in over three years. May 21, 2008
The modern Marxist theory of the state owes its existence to the 1871 struggle of the Paris Communards, who taught people that workers can run society. June 9, 2008
United Teachers Los Angeles has called a one-hour strike for the morning of June 6 despite the school district's attempts to stop them. June 3, 2008
Behind the rhetoric about improving education, the goal of privatization is to undercut and destroy a system of public control over schools. June 2, 2008
The union for 20,000 UC service and technical workers rescinded its strike notice after a state board ordered new talks. June 5, 2008
Fellow students, teachers, family members and activists marched to demand justice for José Luis Buenrostro-Gonzalez.
May 23, 2008
Antiwar veterans and activists gathered in Chicago and in other cities to honor the fallen and call for an end to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. June 4, 2008
A People's History of American Empire is the first attempt to recreate Howard Zinn's history in a new form--the graphic novel. May 29, 2008
Activists in San Diego are organizing after federal immigration agents raided the French Gourmet and arrested 18 workers. May 26, 2008
As more people are put in desperate situations, we can expect more tragedies, with the media and politicians blaming them on "broken families" and "bad parenting." May 21, 2008
A new study has found that biological diversity has declined by 30 percent in just the last 35 years. May 28, 2008
Student antiwar activists are finding an audience of people who want to talk about what it would take to end the war. May 26, 2008
Workers at the Kingsbridge Heights Rehabilitation Center in the Bronx have been on strike for three months, with no end in sight.
May 23, 2008
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