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.
Under pressure, University of Chicago Medical Center officials agreed to a public discussion of a South Side trauma center.
La administración Obama ha mantenido las prácticas de la administración Bush: la mentira, el espionaje y la ampliación de los poderes del Estado.
The workers' council system created in Russia in 1917 provided the platform for full democracy and liberation.
Cities around the country are witnessing a kind of labor action seen only rarely in the U.S. for decades--non-union, low-wage workers on strike.
Republicans and Democrats are agreed on an amendment to bar certain ex-prisoners from ever receiving food assistance.
The president of the Concord Teachers Association explains how parents, students and fellow teachers are fighting for her job.
The new film version of The Great Gatsby has its problems, but it's worth a look in a new era of excess for the super-rich.
The Boy Scouts finally dropped its ban on gay youth--but left anti-LGBTI discrimination against adults in place.
British Columbia's Liberal Party won re-election with the expansion of coal and natural gas extraction as a chief plank.
People in hundreds of cities participated in a worldwide "March Against Monsanto" for our health and futures.
Residents of Northampton gathered for a protest against the removal of public benches as an attack on the poor.
Barack Obama and his administration have maintained and even escalated the Bush-era practices of lying, spying and expanding government powers.
Marx and Engels could sense the upheavals of 1848 ahead--and prepared by building organizations to stand for socialist ideas.
The same mayor who rammed through the closure of 50 schools wants to hand out $100 million for a new basketball arena.
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