Newly declassified documents shed light on the CIA's detention and torture programs as the "war on terror" began.
A member of the Solidarity For All in Greece describes the effort to support people in need so they can fight back.
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When Hillary Clinton tells low-wage workers that she wants to be their "champions" in the Fight for 15, no one should believe it for a second.
The Russian revolutionary Lenin made some of his greatest contributions on the question of how to get from "here" to "there."
An upsurge of labor actions shows the unhappiness of German workers with the country's celebrated economic model.
We should call the Rohingya's persecution in Southeast Asia what it is: genocide, the intentional destruction of a people.
Despite its avoidance of questions about justice, the Emancipation Proclamation was a challenge to the American political order.
A small increase in some crimes has the New York media and police advocates whipping up a hysteria about the return of the "bad old days."
The Seattle School District wanted my kindergartener son to take a standardized test. He joined the opt-out struggle instead.
Pro-austerity parties in Greece are trying to capitalize on the EU's extortion to take away all options for a left government.
The two coaches in the NBA Finals have deep--and deeply disparate--connections to the politics of the Middle East.
Eric Casebolt's resignation shows the effect of the Black Lives Matter movement, but also perhaps a new strategy by police.
A prison justice activist recounts her trip with three dozen family members to visit their loved ones locked away inside an Illinois prison.
Thousands of red-shirted Chicago Teachers Union members and their supporters took to the streets to demand a fair contract.
A man who has spent four decades in solitary confinement deserves nothing less than immediate and unconditional release.
"Free trade" deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership are the latest chapter of unequal development caused by colonialism.
The Burlington City Council backed a resolution calling on HowardCenter to pay direct-care service providers a living wage.
Los trabajadores deben organizarse en la base de los sindicatos para superar las limitaciones de la burocracia sindical.
Mass incarceration is a system of social control based on racism, but its hold extends over the entire working class population of the U.S.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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