You can show a child anything, as long as it's the truth. That's the idea behind Maurice Sendak's book Where the Wild Things Are, and Spike Jonze's new film.
Two union leaders in Colombia representing workers at the important Tenaris steel tube plant have gotten death threats.
Texas is under fire for the execution of Cameron Todd Willingham, but on October 27, it is scheduled to execute Reginald Blanton, despite his claims of innocence.
At a recent event hosted by the Democratic Party, Code Pink spent $30,400 to have a dinner and then a photo-op with President Obama.
The insurance companies are attacking health care legislation, but their recently issued report shows how they will try to profit off reform.
The Palestinian Authority was forced to retreat from helping Israel to suppress a UN report documenting war crimes during the Gaza assault.
The killing of an unarmed 15-year-old by police has touched off a surge of anger and protest in Champaign, Ill.
The new play The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later made its world premiere this month, bringing a timely message about combating homophobia in America.
LGBT activists marched on the Rhode Island statehouse days after Gov. Donald Carcieri delivered an address to a right-wing antigay group.
Activists gathered for a vigil to support Fahad Hashmi, who has been imprisoned for over two years as part of the "war on terror."
The National Equality March was a powerful call for LGBT equality--and an inspiring glimpse of what futures struggles against injustice can be.
Barack Obama--who won the votes of millions of people as a "peace candidate"--is poised to further escalate the war in Afghanistan.
Rush Limbaugh is whining about being "blacklisted" by the left, and that stopped him from owning an NFL team--but the reality is he's a liability to the league.
Mercedes Sosa, a pivotal singer in the Nuevo Cancionero, or New Song, movement in Argentina, died this month.
For some reason, it seems like the idea of "shared sacrifice" only applies to one side in society's divide between rich and poor.
City College of San Francisco administrators have no answers to stop cuts and fee hikes, but one activist coalition is working to get organized.
Some 60 people attended an all-day conference at San Diego City College to discuss organizing for immigrant rights.
Eight years into the war seems like a peculiar time for some activists to claim that the U.S. needs to stay longer for the good of the Afghan people.
The attack by 30,000 government troops on the Pakistani Taliban was demanded by the U.S. as a means to solve its crisis in Afghanistan.
Champaign police claim it will take a month for an investigation into the "officer-involved shooting" of an unarmed 15-year-old.
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