Eighteen-year-old Caster Semenya, a track and field star, is being subjected to a shameful circus of public scrutiny over questions about her sex.
Some 150 recently unionized teachers face a fight for decent wages and health care at the Manhattan School of Music's Pre-college Division.
The outcome of Afghanistan's presidential elections will depend on deals Hamid Karzai made with some of the country's most notorious warlords.
The Industrial Workers of the World based itself on the idea of industrial unionism--of organizing all workers together, regardless of skills, craft, sex, nationality or race.
A registered nurse describes how, by including insurance companies in the White House health care reform plan, Obama has included the main problem in the solution.
Michael Vick is joining the Philadelphia Eagles--and sports-radio nitwits, animal rights activists and even Vick supporters are overreacting.
Some 50 activists turned out August 16 to protest an anti-gay marriage event in Warwick, R.I.
In the years since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip, Israel has imposed a suffocating blockade--forcing Gazans to move essential goods through underground tunnels.
With an unprecedented Supreme Court decision on August 17, death row inmate Troy Davis will finally get the day in court he's been fighting for.
Residents of Seattle's Tent City III and Nickelsville are resisting moves to evict them--even as the city refuses to offer real help to the homeless.
District 9 is a gripping, action-packed film that easily sucks the audience in and holds your attention from beginning to end. It is also a troubling film.
People turned out in dozens of cities on August 15 for the "Great Nationwide Kiss-In" after two same-sex couples were harassed for expressing affection.
A strike was called off after extended negotiations between the ATU and BART officials--but workers will likely pay the price.
It's time to dismiss the idea that the Democrats' good intentions are simply falling victim to a multimillion-dollar campaign by medical industry lobbyists.
Anti-imperialists don't pick and chose what countries to defend against the U.S., but we also should not allow ourselves to ignore the nature of regimes like that in Iran.
Despite promises of aid from UN envoy Bill Clinton, the hurricane-ravaged city of Gonaïves is still waiting for international assistance.
In July, death visited the sport of boxing like a plague, shocking even the most callous observers.
BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger has continued to ignore the demands of community activists and BART workers.
About 1,000 people turned out to a town hall meeting called by Congressman Adam Schiff to discuss health care reform.
If anti-imperialists intend to wait around for a resistance movement that agrees with us on every issue, we'll be waiting a long time.
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