The SEC lawsuit accusing Goldman Sachs of fraud sheds a whole new light on the colossal--and ongoing--looting of the economy by Wall Street.
Members of United Teachers Los Angeles approved a new contract that accepts furlough days in order to prevent more than 2,000 threatened layoffs.
Major demolitions carried out by Israeli forces in recent weeks have left dozens of Palestinians homeless in the West Bank.
California budget cuts activists are resisting university administrators’ attempts to divide them--and they're asking for your support.
Madison schools are facing a $30 million shortfall for the 2010-11 budget--but that gap could be closed if corporations paid their fair share.
The National Guard is trying to kick me out because I refused to go on training that would have made me take 30 days off from my job.
Virginia's Republican governor grabbed national attention with a proclamation to honor the history of the Confederacy and its war to defend slavery.
With threats of a crackdown looming against pro-democracy demonstrators, a dissident responds to distortions about the rebellion shaking Thailand.
As new allegations of child abuse emerge, it's crystal clear that the pattern of evasion, obstruction and cover-up reflects instructions from the Vatican.
The ferocity of political competition in the upcoming UK elections is in inverse proportion to the enthusiasm of the voters.
A recent court ruling says that media corporations, and not the public, can dictate who uses the Internet, and what for.
Students and supporters protested at a board meeting against plans to close the Alameda Community College's child care center.
A month after the March 4 Day of Action, several dozen people turned out for a speak-out against cuts in education at the University of Massachusetts.
New curriculum changes are being instituted in Texas that aim to indoctrinate kids with a warped version of history that enshrines conservatives as heroes.
Israel confidently defies international laws that prohibit the building of settlements in occupied territory--thanks to U.S. backing.
While footage of U.S. soldiers committing atrocities against Iraqi civilians has shocked many, some vets say such war crimes are not uncommon.
We live in a world of shocking inequality--but a new edition of The Case for Socialism argues that it's possible to fight for a different kind of world.
Boston officials voted April 9 to severely cut library jobs and close branches--but activists and union members vow to keep fighting.
Seven hundred people marched to the Social Security Administration office in Hollywood to demand equal benefits for same-sex couples.
The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee--one of the central organizations of the civil rights movement--was founded 50 years ago.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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