Increased border security won't stop immigrants from entering the U.S., but it does push them into increasingly deadly parts of the borderlands.
The questionable behavior of two ACORN employees is child's play compared to what is legitimized and institutionalized under capitalism.
A fellow Chicagoan and opponent of the city's bid for the 2016 Olympics appeals to Barack Obama to consider the cost of winning the Games.
The coup regime in Honduras has decreed a 45-day state of emergency, suspending constitutional guarantees such as freedom of association.
The history of the Teamster Rebellion in Minneapolis is packed with lessons, especially the importance of mobilizing a militant rank and file.
A faculty member at City College of San Francisco makes the case for voting "no" on a contract proposed by union leaders.
Supporters of women's right to choose are organizing to defend clinics that are the target of the anti-abortion campaign 40 Days for Life.
More than 200 people rallied outside Blue Cross Blue Shield offices in Portland, Ore., to protest the insurance industry's greedy practices.
A member of Physicians for a National Health Program talks about what’s been missing from the health care “reform” debate in Washington.
While G20 leaders debated how to run global capitalism, police placed the city under lockdown and attacked protests.
As Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya remains holed up in the Brazilian embassy, the coup government's repression against the resistance is growing.
What happened to Romell Broom in Ohio's execution chamber should send chills down the spines of those who think lethal injection is a humane way to kill people.
We want UC to stop spending millions on raises for executives and new buildings, and prioritize students, faculty and workers.
More than 1,000 hotel workers and supporters rallied in San Francisco, and over 100 were arrested while participating in a nonviolent sit-in.
The leaders of the Group of 20 are meeting in Pittsburgh for an economic summit that will be an exercise in cheap political theater.
Students, faculty and campus workers walked out of classes and off their jobs in a one-day action at the 10 University of California campuses.
A group of Chicago residents is protesting the city's bid for the 2016 Olympics--a disaster in the making to which Barack Obama has given his support.
Germany's Left Party aims to challenge the "grand coalition" of Social Democrats and conservative Christian Democrats.
Even a small portion of the bailout money or the lavish executive bonuses being doled out right now could alleviate so much misery overnight.
It's worth clearing up some confusion about how socialists view a couple of topics--namely torture, war crimes and the Second World War.
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