I am coming out completely today because I am one of the lucky ones. I'm still here, and it got better.
The latest government statistics on jobs show why the idea that the U.S. is experiencing an "economic recovery" is a bad joke to most people.
1910 Osborne Place sits on a Bronx street where you'd expect to find kids playing--not a house of horrors where three young men were tortured.
Rahm Emanuel made his move to run for mayor of Chicago with all the confidence of a veteran insider who knows where the bodies are buried.
If you want to get to the roots of the foreclosure epidemic, you need to go back to the beginning--mortgage applications.
Across the U.S., candlelight vigils drew hundreds to mourn the suicides of LGBT youth subjected to harassment and bullying.
After marketing millions of lousy mortgages, the banks are now breaking the law in their rush to foreclose.
Tariq Ali's The Idea of Communism traces the history of the struggle for socialism and communism from its origins through the revolutions fought in its name.
Are the anti-poverty objectives set in the UN Millennium Development Goals enough to make an impact--and will they even be achieved?
Despite a strike vote with 79 percent in favor, the mayor of London wants to block a transport strike by declaring the vote unfair.
The next French general strike is due to take place on October 12, and it appears that French union leaders--pushed by workers--may escalate the action.
We should all be outraged at how our society allows kids born to affluence to dream big while repressing the dreams of working-class and minority children.
Israel blocked the latest round of "peace talks" with the Palestinian Authority by ending a moratorium on Jewish-only settlements in the West Bank.
Europe's far right has broken through in elections because it was able to connect with the vote of protest against the economic crisis and political status quo.
The Irish government just handed Allied Irish Bank five times more than the bank is worth--and the government won't even own it afterwards.
A contributor to the Take the City blog has defaced the Web site for student protests against budget cuts in New York City.
To say that racism doesn't shape our perceptions of outspoken athletes is to deny that the sky is blue.
Teachers, parents and activists are the superheroes, as they organize to counter the pro-corporate and anti-union message of the movie Waiting for "Superman".
The sacrificial teacher on a televised panel discussion packed with advocates of anti-union school "reform" has a few more points to make.
Peace of the Action and other activist groups discovered that they have been under surveillance for months by a private agency.
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