The lives of parents and children at a Chicago child care center were turned upside down when the center shut its doors.
Tenants facing eviction in a Chicago neighborhood are taking on a real estate mogul seeking to drive out "undesirables."
A proposed law restricting abortion in Spain drew thousands out to protest the attack on women's reproductive rights.
Students at the University of Michigan are starting to get organized and speak out against administration inaction.
A tentative agreement on a contract for Portland teachers contains gains on most of the issues most important to the union and its supporters.
The Union Power campaign for leadership of UTLA has sharpened the debate in the second-biggest teachers' union in the U.S.
An unjustly terminated Walmart worker describes his fight to win decent treatment from the beast of Bentonville.
There is considerable evidence to indicate that the violence in Venezuela is being carried out by opposition forces.
There are many people who are putting a set of extremely unrealistic hopes onto Michael Sam's shoulders.
The ISO does not have delusions of grandeur about being "the" revolutionary party. Its self-stated goal is more modest.
Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has been driven from power and his corrupt regime overwhelmed by a mass protest movement.
The world's media are carrying images of a Venezuela in flames--but without explaining the source of the uprising.
A leading voice in the campaign to win justice for Oscar Grant learns how the struggle has affected a new generation.
The March 2 demonstration in Washington, D.C., will be one of the largest actions so far against the Keystone XL pipeline.
A new book examines how the economic distance from the bottom of society to the top has grown ever larger.
Casi 80 años después que nueve adolescentes negros inocentes fueron condenados a muerte, el caso Scottsboro sigue siendo relevante.
More than 1,000 faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago went on a two-day strike to prove they're tired of waiting around a fair contract.
A Brooklyn neighborhood is standing with union workers fighting to keep the city from closing another public hospital.
The UAW's defeat in an election at Volkswagen's Chattanooga, Tenn., plant has daunting implications for labor.
The police, media and politicians' response to a public outcry over a recent rape won't make Chicago's streets safer.
Sign up for e-mail alerts from SocialistWorker.org.
Published by the International Socialist Organization