The U.S.-led air and missile assault on Libya is aimed at derailing the Arab revolutions and asserting imperialist domination in an oil-rich country.
Jean-Bertrand Aristide's return to the country from which he was kidnapped seven years ago will transform Haitian politics.
The barring of Malalai Joya from the U.S. underlines the hypocrisy of the U.S. claim that it is liberating women in Afghanistan.
Loretta Capeheart, a professor at Chicago's Northeastern Illinois University, has gotten alarming news about her right to dissent.
A new collection of the letters of Polish socialist Rosa Luxemburg provides important insights into the life of the renowned writer, theoretician and organizer.
Lupe Fiasco's new album Lasers is finally out, after threats of protest reversed Atlantic Records' attempts to shelve it.
More than 1,000 labor activists, union organizers and students protested a Washington, D.C., fundraiser organized by Wisconsin Republicans.
Hundreds of anti-racists turned out to block the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement from marching near Los Angeles.
Throughout his career, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's slavish devotion to corporate interests has ensured a steady flow of business support and big money.
Though it has taken place outside the media spotlight, the struggle in Tunisia has made crucial advances since the fall of a dictator.
A founder of the progressive Rethinking Schools magazine talks about the struggle in Wisconsin and the issues at stake for teachers.
Labor organized a protest against Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's anti-union legislation, but failed to back an occupation.
Intrusive Memories is a brutal and at times beautiful depiction of the psychological consequences of war on those fighting it.
The production of nuclear energy is the hallmark of an irrational system that has driven our ecosystem to the brink. It can't be fixed.
The protests in Wisconsin brought home the reality of class struggle in a way that, until now, I had only read about in books.
Western leaders are congratulating themselves for taking "decisive military intervention" in Libya, but their goals are self-serving, not humanitarian.
March 21 is an international day of action to demand that Zimbabwe's government drop all charges against a group of 45 socialists and activists.
An expert on energy issues and veteran anti-nuclear activist explains the implications of the Japanese nuclear disaster for the U.S.
Members of United Teachers Los Angeles face a choice between incumbent reformers trying to take the union forward and more conservative challengers.
The U.S. government has denied a visa to Malalai Joya, the acclaimed antiwar and women's rights activist and former member of Afghanistan's parliament.
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