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May 22, 2017

  • The Tories aren't invulnerable

    If Britain’s Labour Party mounts an activist campaign, it could be possible to turn the Tory tide, but we cannot be uncritical.

  • Are Zuma's days numbered?

    The faltering popularity of South African President Jacob Zuma has provoked mass protests and growing talk of impeachment.

May 19, 2017

May 18, 2017

  • Parents get rid of the school bully

    In a historic victory for parent and teacher activists, the abusive principal of Central Park East 1 in New York City has been forced out.

  • Will Kentucky become abortion-free?

    The attempt by anti-abortion activists to shut down the only remaining clinic in Kentucky is a dark sign of the right’s confidence.

  • Grand theft workers' wages

    A new report reveals widespread wage theft in the U.S., highlighting one of the many ways companies make profits off workers.

  • Justice for Miriam Rodríguez

    Unionists, writers and academics protest the murder of a Mexican human rights activist and send solidarity to the ongoing struggle.

  • How they saw Lenin

    The author of Lenin and the Revolutionary Party surveys the many evaluations of the best-known leader of the 1917 Revolution.

May 17, 2017

  • ICE knows that we stand with Carimer

    Carimer Andujar, an undocumented student at Rutgers, remains free after hundreds joined a rally outside the ICE office she was summoned to.

  • The far right pollutes Boston Common

    As many as 300 far-right goons rallied in Boston, waving the banner of "free speech" as a cover for spreading their vile message.

  • Venezuela at an impasse

    While there is little debate that Venezuela has spiraled into a deep crisis, who's to blame is a far more controversial question.

  • Pushing back the frackers in New York

    We Are Seneca Lake campaigners won an important victory in their years-long fight against fossil fuel expansion in New York.

  • ¿Una nación de inmigrantes?

    Estados Unidos tiene una relación contradictoria con sus inmigrantes porque sus empleadores necesitan para abaratar el costo laboral.

May 16, 2017

May 15, 2017

  • The arrogance of the completely corrupt

    The bumbling of the White House during the Comey firing would be laughable if not for the frightening picture it reveals of how the administration operates.

  • Paying for Hanford's toxic legacy

    The emergency at the Hanford Nuclear Site in Washington state underscores why it's called "the most toxic place in America."

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