From Europe to China to the U.S., the problems in the world economy today are rooted in the capitalist system itself.
Tsipras' crime is not only the imposition of new austerity, but destroying the optimism unleashed by SYRIZA coming to power.
If Canada's New Democratic Party wins in upcoming federal elections, it is likely to continue the politics of austerity.
The turmoil on international stock markets is a warning sign that the world economy is headed for trouble--and the U.S. economy isn't immune.
The right stooped to a new low when House Republicans threatened a federal shutdown over funding for Planned Parenthood.
The editors of a left-wing Russian website explain why Russia is now openly moving troops into Syria to back the Assad regime.
Remi Kanazi's book of poetry Before the Next Bomb Drops gives voice to the anguish, the rage and the hope of Palestinians.
Alexis Tsipras won a major victory in the September 20 election, but he now must abide by the draconian terms of the lenders' new Memorandum.
Only in the warped world of U.S. politics could a real-estate billionaire pretend to represent working people against the Washington status quo.
The anti-Iran hardliners are denouncing the Obama administration's nuclear agreement, but that doesn't make it a victory for peace.
While the West constructs fortresses to keep out refugees, imperialism creates the conditions for massive human displacement.
The opulent salaries of Mizzou administrators are matched only by their disregard for the grad workers that make the school function.
The movie Black Mass is a gripping portrayal of crime boss "Whitey" Bulger, but it leaves out something important: racism.
Learning the lessons of SYRIZA requires analyzing the concrete conditions in Greece and how they differ from those in the U.S.
As the refugee crisis in Europe grows more dire, one government after another is using violence and repression to send the message: Keep out.
A leading union and education justice activist considers the successes and shortcomings of the five-day educators strike in Seattle.
Family members of Chicago police murder victim Rekia Boyd were joined by several hundred supporters for a #SayHerName rally.
What's behind the spectacular conversion of New York's governor into a supporter of a $15-an-hour minimum wage?
Saudi Arabia has launched a barbaric war on Yemen, among other crimes, but its rulers are still hailed as friends of the West.
After a challenge from the movement to divest from Israel, the Minnesota pension board voted to disregard human rights.
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