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People across Chicago are fed up with Rahm Emanuel's corporate agenda and bullying tactics. So what needs to be done to deal him another defeat?
More than 1,000 people gathered at Fort Meade in Maryland to protest the court-martial of whistleblower Bradley Manning.
A Greek socialist explains how left-wing groups are dealing with new challenges in the Coalition of the Radical Left.
Seattle became the seventh city--and the first on the West Coast--where low-wage workers organized strike action and protests.
Supporters are continuing their fight to win Lynne Stewart's immediate release from prison so she can be treated for cancer.
Priests of Our Democracy chronicles the witch-hunts that purged radical teachers from public high schools and colleges.
Activists today have much to gain by engaging with the ecological critique of capitalism developed by Marx and Engels in the 19th century.
The Obama health care law will discriminate against the undocumented and recent immigrants when it kicks in next year.
If it really cared about Lee Rigby's life, the British government should discuss the reasons behind the bloody attack on him.
Attention is turning toward upcoming actions that the labor movement had already planned before the wave of protest began.
An Irish political prisoner is finally home after spending more than two years unjustly confined and enduring force-feedings.
Student support workers at Evergreen State College are walking the picket lines in a strike for a fair contract.
The potential for a new Turkey lies in Istanbul's Taksim Square, where a new generation is taking up the struggle for democracy despite bitter repression.
While the ostensible issue sparking massive, Occupy-style protests in Istanbul is modest, the real causes run deeper.
One voice has been conspicuously absent from reports about the Keystone pipeline project: Canadian workers who oppose it.
CounterPunch's latest flailing defense against criticisms about sexism bizarrely invokes a 17th century Dutch painting.
Protests were held across California, from Eureka to San Diego, as a part of the international March Against Monsanto.
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