The long-awaited report from a British government inquiry into the Iraq war drive reveals what antiwar forces knew all along.
Liberal Party Prime Minister Malcolm Turbbull's plan to use federal elections to strengthen his pro-business agenda has backfired badly.
A new book shows how 29 Trotskyists who were accused of sedition in 1941 turned their trial into a platform for socialist ideas.
Podemos' disappointing result in Spain's general election was the product of political factors that could have been chronicled and foretold.
The Socialism 2016 conference in Chicago brought together nearly 1,400 people on the front lines of the fight for a better world.
A court-ordered election revote is again raising the possibility that a party with direct Nazi roots might win Austria's presidency.
Ohio Teamsters are fighting an outrageous demand by International Paper bosses for almost unlimited mandatory overtime.
La radicalización que alimentó la campaña de Bernie Sanders sigue viva, y los demócratas quieren su ayuda para contenerla.
Liberal scolders in favor of Hillary Clinton twist the widespread disgust with Clinton's conservatism and present it as privileged self-indulgence.
The rezoning of two public schools in Brooklyn has cast a spotlight on the reality of educational segregation in New York City.
A new book on the Little Steel strike of 1937 provides a gut-wrenching look at the violence of America's captains of industry.
The two parties that have dominated Spanish politics since the 1970s have reasserted themselves in the recent national elections.
Two readers weigh in on the ongoing debate about the meaning of the UK's Brexit vote--and what the left's response should be.
Hillary Clinton's nomination will be hailed as a historic breakthrough for women, but what kind of history would a Clinton presidency make?
A collection of essays by contributors to Jacobin magazine makes a powerful argument for what socialism is--and isn't.
June 24 was a dark morning, but the left can engage both Leave and Remain voters in future struggles to defend migrants and protest austerity.
Calls for more cops to protect LGBT people miss the mark about where gay oppression comes from--and what side police are on.
Protests against U.S. bases and soldiers have taken on renewed and more urgent life after the murder of an Okinawan woman.
Days after the Orlando killings, Democratic and Republican senators in a liberal state passed a bill that marks a new low for the "war on terror."
The history of where the police came from and why is key for activists who are asking what can be done to reform them.
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