The indictment of two anti-choice fanatics in Texas is welcome, but the right's attack on Planned Parenthood has already taken a toll.
Refugees in the camp known as "the Jungle" in France are refusing to go quietly as the government attempts to move them.
A leading left-wing economist describes how the European creditors maneuvered Greece into a position of subordination.
Trigger warnings are an important accessibility tool for people with disabilities that are the result of trauma.
El Estado moderno es el Estado de la clase dominante, y su principal propósito es asegurar su dominio de clase.
Flint's lead-poisoning crisis is finally getting national attention. But will the austerity fanatics and unaccountable bureaucrats be held responsible?
The conviction of an Oklahoma City cop who committed serial rape is exposing routine abuse committed against Black women.
Protests and actions in the Bay Area during Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend have raised important discussions for the struggle.
The former St. Louis Cardinal lineman and member of the International Socialists will be remembered for what he did off the field.
The series Transparent follows a wealthy Jewish family with a father making a transition from male to female identity.
La política hacia los refugiados del demócrata en la Casa Blanca habría encontrado oposición si un republicano la hubiera implementado.
Hillary Clinton is trying to downplay Bernie Sanders' surge in the polls by highlighting her support among Blacks--support she doesn't deserve in the least.
After a series of sick-outs, Detroit teachers have put the shameful condition of the city's schools before the eyes of the world.
Struggle, even when defeated, shapes the institutions of U.S. society, argues a new documentary about the U.S working class.
What does the strange story of a demolished giant statue of the former Chinese leader say about the crisis of the current ruling class?
Mexico's officials continue to turn a blind eye to pervasive violence--including murder--directed against women.
What the Oscars are about | He touched many lives | Missing his smile and stories | Bernie can win | Public-sector unions provide a voice
A leading Egyptian socialist reflects on the causes of the Egyptian Revolution five years ago--and the regime's drive to eradicate its memory today.
Activists celebrated a grand jury decision to indict an Atlanta-area police officer for killing an unarmed, mentally ill man.
The Netflix series Making a Murderer tears the mask off the criminal justice system--for a huge audience across the country.
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