What we're seeing in Wisconsin is the culmination of 40 years of a one-sided class war in this country, waged by the rich against the rest of us.
New York's billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants city workers to pay for the crisis--and is threatening to lay off 6 percent of the city's teachers.
Scott Walker pushed through his anti-union legislation in Wisconsin, but a massive labor rally showed the struggle to stop the union-busters isn't over.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn ended the death penalty system by signing a bill abolishing executions and commuting all 15 current death sentences.
The comparison between today's anti-Muslim hysteria and the 1950s McCarthy era got more literal with Peter King's congressional hearing last week.
Some voices on the left have claimed that Libya's popular uprising is racist, but it's Qaddafi's regime that is to blame.
Unions mobilized to stop workers in their state from being the latest victims of the Republican hit squad.
Activists in Washington, D.C., held pickets in solidarity with six Zimbabwean socialists facing charges of treason.
Workers at Castlewood Country Club are continuing their fight for justice as a lockout by management enters a second year.
Protests against a controversial proposal to put new limits on the HOPE scholarship captured the attention of the state.
Some 2,000 people rallied outside the State House in Columbia, S.C., to oppose plans to ax education, the arts and Medicaid.
Labor must answer Scott Walker and the Wisconsin union-busters with immediate action--or unions will face even more vicious attacks.
We need to up the ante in Wisconsin by withholding the one thing they can't strip away from us--the work we do.
Gov. Terry Branstad is pushing radical austerity measures--but the Iowa labor movement and activists from across the state are pushing back.
Scott Walker is on the verge of ramming through union-busting legislation, and organized labor needs to step up the fight or face catastrophic defeat.
SocialistWorker.org looks at seven myths about public-sector compensation and government deficits--and provides the facts to counter them.
Gov. Rick Perry and the Republicans want to slash $31 billion in state spending over two years--but a fightback is brewing.
The lives of six Zimbabwean activists--accused of treason by the regime of Robert Mugabe--hang in the balance.
Ostensibly a movie about recreating the exploits of Christopher Columbus, Even the Rain is about history and so much more.
UNITE HERE Local 2 won a contract with the San Francisco Hilton after weeks of actions by members and supporters.
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