The real agenda of corporate-backed education "reform" groups like Stand for Children is union-busting and austerity.
A delegation of veterans of the Black freedom struggle in the U.S. is traveling to Palestine to show their solidarity.
The British government is allowing Brendan Lillis, a critically ill man, to die alone, locked in a cell in inhumane conditions.
The intense interest in the Women's World Cup shows the market for women's sports--though the media have other ideas.
Europe's debt crisis is slipping out of control, and austerity measures in Greece and other countries have only compounded the problem.
Sandy Pope won a battle with the union's old guard to be nominated as a candidate for Teamsters general president.
Scientists agree that climate change is already here, but corporations will fight to deny reality until we do something about it.
Large chunks of the Murdoch story are there in Citizen Kane: A one-time reformer who becomes a vindictive scandal-monger and friend of dictators.
Activists are demonstrating in support of a prisoners' hunger strike that began July 1 at California's Pelican Bay State Prison.
Protesters rallied at Foley Square at the sentencing on lesser charges of two NYPD officers who were acquitted of sexual assault.
An ever-widening scandal is engulfing the empire of billionaire Rupert Murdoch--one of the vilest entitles ever to pollute the media landscape.
The Afghan government--and the NATO occupation that props it up--was shaken by the killing of Hamid Karzai's brother.
Activists with the Welcome to Palestine mission experienced firsthand the repression that a mass challenge to Israel can spark.
The latest California budget is a toxic mix of shallow hopes in economic recovery and the evisceration of essential programs.
The murder trial of five New Orleans police officers is focusing attention on a department notorious for its violence.
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The once-controversial observation that Barack Obama has continued and even expanded the Bush-Cheney war on civil liberties is now undeniable.
Prisoners in the Security Housing Unit at a California prison are putting their lives on the line to protest cruel conditions.
Six months after the revolution forced Hosni Mubarak from power, a surge of energy has revitalized the Egyptian struggle.
Suddenly, politicians who spent their careers prostrate before media baron Rupert Murdoch are "shocked" at how dreadful the revelations are.
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