The days before the House vote on health care legislation were filled with tea party protests in Washington--and open displays of racism and bigotry.
Paul Greengrass' new film Green Zone peers into the dark recesses of the U.S. government's drive to war in Iraq.
Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland has had lasting significance--and the families' campaign for the truth has reverberated around the world.
University of Florida students and community members converged on campus to protest the police shooting of a Ghanaian graduate student.
More than 50 anti-racists gathered in Chicago for a "pro-diversity rally" on a day that ended in a victory in keeping neo-Nazi thugs from rallying.
Depending on who's talking, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is either a "saboteur" undercutting Barack Obama's liberalism or a voice of realism.
Liberal organizations are praising the passage of health care legislation, but the sad truth is that it will do more harm than good for working people.
Andy Stern and the SEIU are using their vast financial resources to sue an upstart California health care workers' union.
The struggle of the Contract Buyers League in 1960s Chicago holds lessons for the victims of today's housing crisis.
Antiwar activists from Washington to San Francisco marked the seventh anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 20 with protests and marches.
University of Cincinnati students are organizing against tuition hikes and the administration's backward spending priorities.
Dennis Kucinich turned his back on supporters of real health care reform when he voted for the House bill--and now he wants to be congratulated for it.
A Houston teacher takes on the media hype about test scores as a measure of teacher quality and students' education.
With flight attendants for British Airways on strike, it's time for the media to blame everything on the unions again.
Amateur players--without whose labor not one dime would be raised for the NCAA--don't see a penny. But that may change thanks to Ed O'Bannon.
I hope the vocal visibility of March 4 is only the beginning of sustained pressure in the fight to fund education.
For those like myself who became disenchanted as the Vietnam War dragged on and resisted military service, the price the nation exacted continues.
The creators of The Hurt Locker were more concerned with playing on our fears about the Iraqi people than portraying the war realistically, says an antiwar vet.
Pregnant women who have miscarriages caused by "intentional or knowing" acts can now be charged with murder in Utah.
Workers at a five-star hotel in Karachi occupied the building’s basement after management fired four veteran workers and union activists.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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