Activists are continuing to fight for justice for Jason Vassell, who faces felony charges for defending himself against a racist attack.
It's awful enough to lose your job, but more and more workers face a second hit--when their eligibility for unemployment is challenged by former employers.
The students who organized an occupation at New York University to call for change at their school are facing the threat of expulsion.
U.S. automakers are using government loans as a pretext to eliminate retiree health care costs and pensions--and the UAW is letting them.
When it comes to hoops, Education Secretary Arne Duncan has game. But when it comes to our schools, Duncan's record brands him as a scrub.
Members and supporters of Washington Federation of State Employees Local 304 rallied to oppose Democratic Gov. Christine Gregoire's proposed cuts.
Several hundred workers and community members gathered to protest the closings of St. John's and Mary Immaculate Hospitals.
Corporate leaders see the proposed Employee Free Choice Act as a grave threat--and they'll say and do just about anything to prevent its passage.
Updated at 1:45 p.m.: New York University students who organized an occupation to pressure the university for reforms have been detained and suspended.
Activists aren't accepting Hampshire College's shameful attempt to wriggle out of a decision to divest from corporations that support Israel.
Falluja is filled with the shells of buildings pulverized by U.S. weaponry. But a new U.S. strategy has made Sheik Aifan Sadun the richest man in town.
A 73-year-old grandmother and 100 supporters gathered in Queens to demand that homeowners get a shot at keeping their homes.
A crowd of 500 people came out for a demonstration in midtown Manhattan to protest a racist cartoon in the New York Post.
During the campaign before Israel's recent elections, the debate was over whether Israel inflicted enough destruction on Gaza.
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Members of the United Auto Workers will bear the brunt of the Detroit Three auto companies' restructuring under the terms of a government loan.
Two Pennsylvania judges are going to jail for taking millions in exchange for wrongfully incarcerating juveniles in two for-profit detention centers.
The movies Taken and The International may both be political thrillers, but they couldn't be more different in their vision of the world.
Colonial wars, political corruption, environmental destruction--yet try to name one recent film that dealt with these honestly and powerfully.
Weeks after the police killing of Oscar Grant, 200 people rallied against racism and police brutality at the ILWU Union Local 10 hall in San Francisco.
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