Tucker Max is making a career off "jokes" that demean women--but his comedy is one more reflection of a society where sexism is pervasive.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will lead a right-wing coalition government after national elections--but the Left Party made its biggest gains yet.
A few recent dramas about the justice system have tried to bring a little realism to the genre. The Good Wife isn't one of them.
Like his film Office Space, Mike Judge's new movie Extract is set in the workplace. Unfortunately, that's where the similarities end.
More than 50 workers and their supporters rallied at the Pratt Institute on September 26 as part of a fight for a fair contract.
So-called "crisis pregnancy centers" prey on women looking for options--in order to bully and terrorize them against having an abortion.
The same right-wing forces that pushed Proposition 8 in California are behind a referendum in Maine to take away marriage equality.
War resister Travis Bishop has been held almost entirely "incommunicado" at a military prison at Fort Lewis in Washington.
That the media can't stop talking about Kanye West's "outburst" at a video awards show is further proof that they're really grasping at straws.
Increased border security won't stop immigrants from entering the U.S., but it does push them into increasingly deadly parts of the borderlands.
The questionable behavior of two ACORN employees is child's play compared to what is legitimized and institutionalized under capitalism.
A fellow Chicagoan and opponent of the city's bid for the 2016 Olympics appeals to Barack Obama to consider the cost of winning the Games.
The coup regime in Honduras has decreed a 45-day state of emergency, suspending constitutional guarantees such as freedom of association.
The history of the Teamster Rebellion in Minneapolis is packed with lessons, especially the importance of mobilizing a militant rank and file.
A faculty member at City College of San Francisco makes the case for voting "no" on a contract proposed by union leaders.
Supporters of women's right to choose are organizing to defend clinics that are the target of the anti-abortion campaign 40 Days for Life.
More than 200 people rallied outside Blue Cross Blue Shield offices in Portland, Ore., to protest the insurance industry's greedy practices.
A member of Physicians for a National Health Program talks about what’s been missing from the health care “reform” debate in Washington.
While G20 leaders debated how to run global capitalism, police placed the city under lockdown and attacked protests.
As Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya remains holed up in the Brazilian embassy, the coup government's repression against the resistance is growing.
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