In contrast to the surge of pro-LGBT activism and legislative progress, Maine voters overturned equal marriage rights by a narrow margin.
If Tuesday's elections reveal nothing else, it's that the time for swooning over photo ops is past. We need action, not words.
Thirty years after he visited Pol Pot's Cambodia, John Pilger describes the holocaust he witnessed there.
A new exhibit for the Day of the Dead at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago speaks to the experiences of immigrants in the U.S.
Three Puerto Rican activists discuss the dynamics of the mass mobilization against the layoffs of more than 25,000 public-sector workers.
A group of 30 Michigan State University students and faculty picketed the state capitol October 30 to combat recent budget cuts and tuition hikes.
Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street firms are looking forward to a bonus orgy for executives this year--supposedly for a job well done.
Afghanistan's election farce came to a laughable end when Hamid Karzai was declared the winner after his rival dropped out of a run-off vote.
The leading corporate lobbyist against a "public option" in the U.S. helped waste billions on "market reforms" of Britain's National Health Service.
With a deal that would restore Manuel Zelaya still in the balance, an opponent of the coup regime discusses the resistance's next move.
Forty years since Stonewall, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities have again had enough. It's time to throw down the glove.
The American people made history in electing Barack Obama--and they expected big reforms instead of the same old America Obama represents.
While I often agree with the criticisms made in articles at SocialistWorker.org, I think this is not the period for polemics.
The Democrats' proposal for a "public option" is so scaled back that it's barely public--and it can hardly be called much of an option.
The nations that pose themselves as liberators to others will lead them into slavery--that's what we have experienced in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The regimes of Eastern Europe that collapsed 20 years after a series of mass rebellions were the opposite of what we mean by socialism.
Building a stadium during a crisis to house a team that doesn't exist is bonkers. Selling it as a cure for the crisis is even worse.
Some 400 activists marched in Portland for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender equal rights and to protest anti-gay violence.
University of North Texas activists marched to demand that same-sex couples be allowed to participate in the Homecoming Court.
Following the killing of Kiwane Carrington by a police officer, the Champaign, Ill., community has found ways to express its outrage.
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