Antiwar activists across from the White House on December 12 to protest Barack Obama's escalation of the war on Afghanistan.
The UN Conference on Global Warming in Copenhagen has been marked by bitter rivalries on the inside and police repression of activists on the outside.
When I think of how we can help the soldiers deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, I have only three little words: Bring them home.
The proposed law in Uganda that would further criminalize LGBT people is frightening, but that isn't the only disturbing part of the story.
Two new films look in different ways at the effects of the free market around the world, and the prospects for challenging it.
The movie Precious shines a light on the American welfare state, which punishes the poor and does little to lift families out of poverty.
Tim Costello, a long-time activist in the labor and global justice movement in Boston, passed away on December 4.
General Electric dropped a bombshell on its non-union employees--their responsibility for health care expenses will go up dramatically next year.
A conservative Web site accused the "people's historian" of perpetrating a distorted "version" of history, but it's the truth that they're scared of.
Walter Tróchez, a well-known LGBT activist and member of the National Resistance Front in Honduras, was killed December 13.
We need to build a mass movement for LGBT rights, and to do that, we need you, your friends and co-workers, and thousands more people.
I want to see the damage caused by weapons bought with my tax dollars--and I want it understood that Israel does not kill in my name.
During 17 years of assault on a defenseless civilian population, more people have died in Iraq than during the peak years of the slave trade.
About 100 activists marched in Queens to show their opposition to a New York state senator who voted against marriage equality.
Hunger and homelessness are reaching all-time highs in cities under the pressure of a crisis that's still hitting hard.
Large and militant student demonstrations in Iran signal a new phase of the pro-democracy struggle amid signs of splits among conservatives.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to close a record number of schools, but he's starting to face a wave of resistance.
With the military health care system overstretched, more soldiers are taking other steps to get treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.
On four separate occasions in his Nobel speech, Barack Obama brought up the false idea that war has been around since the beginning of human history.
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