The comments of High Court justices in London about a case charging British Army atrocities in Iraq have implications for Northern Ireland.
Residents of the Mano con Mano colony of Tampico, Mexico, have been violently forced off of their land and their houses have been destroyed.
Barack Obama, who is in the process of waging two wars, is now the recipient of an award that is supposedly reserved for those who have a commitment to peace.
Wall Street has come up with a new investment scheme involving life insurance that is essentially a bet people will die "on time" or earlier than expected.
China recently marked the 60th anniversary of a 1949 "peoples' revolution" that kicked out foreign powers--but workers there have never really held power.
The Obama administration has a lot to say about ending youth violence in the wake of the beating death of a Chicago teen, but does it have any solutions?
Some lawmakers are beginning to push back against the double standards used to attack the community organization ACORN by going after real corporate criminals.
Activists are rallying support for the Hyatt 100, Boston workers who are fighting to win their jobs back after being summarily fired from the hotel chain.
A tentative agreement was reached one day after an estimated 1,000 teachers, parents and students rallied for a fair contract for the Sweetwater Education Association.
Some 200,000 people flooded Washington, D.C., filling the streets with rainbow flags and a festival-like atmosphere as part of the fight for LGBT civil rights.
The state of Texas is refusing to listen to pleas of innocence from another man--even as it prepares to pump lethal chemicals into his body.
A Chicago family threatened with eviction is celebrating after community members rallied to their defense and forced authorities to intervene on their behalf.
Marek Edelman, the last surviving leader of the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, passed away on October 2 at the age of 90.
Rochester Students for a Democratic Society’s “Funk the War 2” was brutally attacked by police on October 7.
More than 100 activists gathered on October 6 to demand that the trial Officer Johannes Mehserle remain in Alameda County.
More than 70 activists congregated in Lampron Park in Northampton, Mass., for the New England Trans United March.
The National Equality March in Washington represents a renewal of the kind of activism that's needed on many other issues.
Like the civil rights struggles of the 1960s, today's movement for LGBT equality didn't appear overnight. It's been shaped by decades of organizing.
Capitalism depends for its survival on divisions created in the working class, so the struggle for a new society must challenge those divisions.
The book And They Were Wonderful Teachers is a timely reminder of what happens when scapegoating is allowed to take place without a challenge.
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