Despite the biggest labor mobilization in decades, Wisconsin's union-busting governor remains hell-bent on crushing public-sector unions.
With the war between the Qaddafi regime and rebels growing bloodier by the day, the U.S. is threatening to unleash its military machine.
On the 20th anniversary of the 1991 Gulf War, Socialist Worker reprints an interview with the late editor of the Progressive magazine.
Abortion rights supporters took up the call to organize Walk for Choice actions in cities across the U.S. against the right's latest attack.
The Republican Party is leading an all-out attack on women's right to choose at the federal level and in the states. But a resistance is stirring.
Activists in Zimbabwe are facing torture, prison and a possible death sentence for the "crime" of discussing the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia.
The calls for "humanitarian intervention" in Libya have nothing to do with rescuing Libyans, who are proving quite capable of rescuing themselves.
A veteran socialist and author imagines dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi's speech on his long-awaited "day of departure."
A Palestinian author and scholar has been denied a visa for a U.S. speaking tour, and activists are protesting this violation of free speech.
The fight that succeeded in getting a racist anti-choice billboard removed in New York City is important given recent attacks on abortion rights.
Some 35 demonstrators turned out in Chicago to urge Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn to sign death penalty abolition legislation.
On February 26, a number of us met at the Capital building in Frankfort, Ky., as part of the U.S. Uncut day of action.
To balance the budget, our government--and the corporations that own and run it--have declared open season on workers' benefits
The surge of solidarity to support Wisconsin workers marks the renewal of the U.S. labor movement and the struggle for social justice.
Get ready for talk of a federal government shutdown because of differences over the budget to drag on for weeks.
New attacks on public schools in New York City have sparked a growing movement against the neoliberal plan for public education.
Egyptian socialists send solidarity greetings to socialists in the U.S.--and the message that another world is possible.
National Nurses United organized a group of members to go to Wisconsin to support the struggle against Scott Walker's assault on working people.
Veteran Ray McGovern was violently removed from a Hillary Clinton speech for the "crime" of turning his back to her.
Some 400 people rallied in New York City to demand that billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg stop the layoffs and service cuts.
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