A ruthless government crackdown has been underway in Turkey since the swift defeat of an attempted military takeover last month.
The 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service is a good occasion to consider the contradictions of "America's Best Idea."
The Communist Manifesto was written 30 years before the invention of the telephone. So why are people still inspired by it?
Not only is Hillary Clinton is piling up endorsements from Wall Street parasites and hawks who engineered the Iraq war--she's proud of it.
Though they are reviled by liberals today, third parties have played an important part in advancing progressive causes in the U.S.
The Obama administration's proposal for "nuclear modernization" can only lead to a more dangerous and deadly world.
Terry Eagleton's book tries to make sense of the sheer quantity and variety of stuff crammed into what gets called "culture."
They nearly killed my son | The continuing struggle at Yale? | Stein courts the anti-science crowd | Aiding and abetting the blacklist
In the "world's greatest democracy," police are increasingly indistinguishable from a heavily armed occupying army deployed by the Pentagon.
The Indian government has unleashed a new wave of repression against a growing resistance by the people of Kashmir.
The Green Party convention nominated Jill Stein as its presidential candidate, but there were other exciting moments in Houston.
The book Evicted provides an important view of the crisis of housing for the poor through the eyes of residents of Milwaukee.
The Clinton Foundation fuses fundraising, influence-peddling, Washington networking, faux “humanitarianism” and a grasp for power and money.
An examination of Chávez's Venezuela helps explain what happened to the efforts to confront neoliberalism in Latin America.
Olympic officials are hailing an all-refugee team, but they're responsible for 77,000 people being displaced in Rio de Janeiro.
Thousands of social movement activists from around the world are gathering this week in Quebec for the World Social Forum.
The famous early 20th century author of The Call of the Wild was also a socialist, and his most political novel is now a play.
Opponents of the struggle for justice in Palestine are reviving the blacklist--with all its ugly history of political persecution and ruined lives.
Thomas Frank's new book shows that the Democratic Party sticks to business as usual because its leaders don't want anything else.
The government is threatening to impose a draconian punishment on whistleblower Chelsea Manning...for attempting suicide.
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