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  • Gunned down for being Black in Walmart

    Anti-racist activists are sitting in at a police station in an Ohio town to demand justice for John Crawford, killed by a police officer in a Walmart.

  • From enemy to lesser evil?

    The CTU endorsement of Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn highlights the Democrats' continued hold on even militant unions.

  • Obama lied and families cried

    A deportation hours before the president vowed to "fix the system" reveals the broken lives behind Obama's broken promises.

  • The Jewish State in Israel and the Levant

    Now that everyone knows about ISIL, we should also call out Israel for what it is: The Jewish State in Israel and the Levant.

  • An UPSurge at the package king

    The rank-and-file group UPSurge had an impact far beyond its size--and its legacy can still be felt at UPS today.

October 7, 2014

  • Making the case against Obama's new war

    The U.S. empire bears responsibility for the violence and oppression gripping the Middle East today--and its new war will make things worse.

  • No clinics means no choices

    Abortion rights supporters protested in Texas after a federal court decision that effectively closes most of the state's clinics.

  • A tenacious and creative fighter

    Fearless and full of energy, the Lebanese revolutionary socialist Bassem Chit left an impact on everybody he touched.

  • Boom and bust in San Francisco

    San Francisco's skyrocketing rents are pricing working-class people out of the city--and leading to a wave of evictions.

  • Getting tough on all of the above

    With an election ahead, Britain's major parties are competing for the title of who's toughest on...just about anything.

  • Views in brief

    A healthy dose of skepticism | The source of Big Brown's wealth | Age discrimination at UPS | All about the numbers | Who impacts policy?

October 6, 2014

  • Ebola and the epidemic of fear

    One week after the first U.S. case of Ebola was diagnosed, racism and scaremongering have spread infinitely faster than the disease itself.

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