Serious issues loom about how the Obama administration made the decision to use lethal military force against Somali "pirates."
Over 500 nurses, union workers and health care activists came to Los Angeles to have their voices heard for a national single-payer system.
Some 200 people gathered in Madison, Wis., on April 4 for a statewide march demanding an end to war and occupation.
About 40 people turned out to demand hearings for dozens of victims of Chicago police torture who remain behind bars.
Fahad Hashmi has been held in a solitary hell for two years as another American Muslim victim of the "war on terror."
Two veteran socialists have written a new book identifying the causes of the economic meltdown in capitalism's in-built tendency toward crisis.
Prominent South Asian activists are calling on the Sri Lankan government to end its latest assault on the country's Tamil minority.
Clark University has canceled a speech by Norman Finkelstein, the outspoken supporter of Palestinian rights.
Student activists won a victory when they forced the CIA to cancel its recruitment session at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
In response to sweeping cuts, a small group of students and teachers held an overnight protest at Castro Valley High School.
A coalition of groups turned out at the Egyptian embassy in Washington April 4 to demonstrate for democracy and human rights.
Calls to pull together in the face of the crisis can be heard at all levels of government. But it's workers who will be the ones to "share" the sacrifice.
Activists and supporters of equal-marriage rights celebrated a huge victory this week, as Vermont became the fourth state to recognize same-sex marriage.
In a little over a month of organizing, we won an important victory at Seattle Community Colleges when classes slated to be cut were reinstated.
The buzz about Michigan State added a sobering note of class politics to the usual commercial trappings of the NCAA championship.
Today in Illinois, and in most states, juveniles as young as 13 years old have no possibility of parole--no second chance--if they are sentenced to natural life.
Spelling out Israel's apartheid | The SWP's twisted path | Fighting for our schools | A talent for swindling
We're seeing the early stirrings of a potentially massive movement to oppose the threat of layoffs in our schools and even deeper budget cuts to come.
Reading a new report supporting President Obama's escalation of the war in Afghanistan is a reminder of how much neoliberals and neocons are alike.
A new book recounts the struggle of Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers to bring the treatment of farmworkers to national attention.
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