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May 17, 2018

  • They can't crush the struggle in Puerto Rico

    Police in Puerto Rico, following orders from on high, attacked a May Day march against austerity measures imposed on the island.

  • UVM nurses are sick of understaffing

    Hundreds of people turned out for a march by UVM Medical Center nurses who are fighting for a contract that meets their needs.

  • Views in brief

    The AFT puts on the brakes | Why Nicaraguans are rising up | The FDA fuels opioid addiction | The reality of imperial withdrawal

May 16, 2018

  • The return of the regime-change hawks

    After a decade in exile, militaristic foreign policy extremists have returned to power under Trump--and they're driving toward a catastrophic war.

  • Showing UC who makes the university run

    Some of the lowest-paid workers at the University of California sent a powerful message with a three-day, statewide strike.

  • Organizing the unity that teachers need in N.C.

    Two North Carolina educators discuss how today's one-day work stoppage was built and how to seize the moment and fight for more.

  • Charting a path for Québec solidaire

    Delegates from all regions of Quebec came together for the last meeting of Québec solidaire before the election later this year.

  • The villains are the stars

    The movie Avengers: Infinity War expands on the Marvel universe--and on longstanding debates about overpopulation and villains.

May 15, 2018

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May 11, 2018

  • #RedForEd versus the UFT-Cuomo blues

    The New York City teachers' union doubled down on its losing strategy of kissing up to Democrats and kicking down at anyone who wants another way.

  • The shape of resistance in Brazil

    A Brazilian socialist discusses the political situation after Luiz Inácio da Silva's ouster and the challenges for the left.

May 10, 2018

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