The Fort Hood chapter of Iraq Veterans Against the War and Under the Hood Café respond to the shooting tragedy.
Maine water activists celebrated an Election Day victory against Nestlé's attempts to gain control of water resources in the southern part of the state.
Activists at the University of Southern California protested David Horowitz by turning their backs on the arch-conservative.
The long war on unions is escalating in the public sector as the recession wipes out tax revenue and triggers deep budget cuts in states, large and small.
There are two wrong interpretations of the November 3 election results circulating in the political establishment and among its chatterers.
The streets of Philadelphia have been overrun by cars, bikers and pedestrians after SEPTA workers struck for a fair contract.
Workers at SK Hand Tools in Chicago prevailed in a strike that forced the company to restore health care and pensions.
Long before the fall of the Berlin Wall, there was a history of workers' struggle against the self-described Communist regimes of Eastern Europe.
However well-intentioned, a moralistic approach can have profound implications for how adherents of animal rights politics view human oppression.
Other species don't need political rights like the vote, but they absolutely deserve the ability to live out life according to their instincts.
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In contrast to the surge of pro-LGBT activism and legislative progress, Maine voters overturned equal marriage rights by a narrow margin.
If Tuesday's elections reveal nothing else, it's that the time for swooning over photo ops is past. We need action, not words.
Thirty years after he visited Pol Pot's Cambodia, John Pilger describes the holocaust he witnessed there.
A new exhibit for the Day of the Dead at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago speaks to the experiences of immigrants in the U.S.
Three Puerto Rican activists discuss the dynamics of the mass mobilization against the layoffs of more than 25,000 public-sector workers.
A group of 30 Michigan State University students and faculty picketed the state capitol October 30 to combat recent budget cuts and tuition hikes.
Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street firms are looking forward to a bonus orgy for executives this year--supposedly for a job well done.
Afghanistan's election farce came to a laughable end when Hamid Karzai was declared the winner after his rival dropped out of a run-off vote.
The leading corporate lobbyist against a "public option" in the U.S. helped waste billions on "market reforms" of Britain's National Health Service.
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