Over 80 Vermonters turned out to hear a firsthand account of the atrocious acts committed by the U.S. against Arabs and Muslims.
Under George Bush, the Labor Department, which is supposed to look after workers' rights, has instead looked after the employers' bottom line.
An 11-day strike ended in a victory for 300 fire sprinkler installers in western Washington, thanks to support from union workers and the community.
The Batman franchise is one of the most popular in U.S. history. Is the latest version propping up the war on terror?
The exhibit A Declaration of Immigration, on display at a Chicago museum, reflects the powerful impact of the immigrant rights movement.
Five years after his arrest, the family of Dr. Sami Al-Arian is still waiting for his release from prison--despite the fact that he has never been convicted of a crime.
A three-year-old boy was killed in the Cabrini Green housing complex in Chicago when a 7-foot steel gate with rusted-through hinges fell on him.
In a story straight out of Upton Sinclair's The Jungle, a scandal over the quality of milk has broken in the Dominican Republic.
The U.S. government is continuing its campaign against the environmental movement with an attack on nonviolent protesters in Eugene, Ore.
Teamsters at Local 705 in Chicago turned out in large numbers July 20 to vote to authorize a strike at the shipping giant UPS.
Call it socialism, Wall Street style: Taxpayers get saddled with the risks and costs of the bailout, while private shareholders reap the gains.
More than 1,000 people turned out to Postville, Iowa, in defense of immigrant rights after a raid last May at the AgriProcessors meatpacking plant.
Those who think that Barack Obama "will be a huge improvement on Bush" demonstrate the same willful naiveté of those who supported Bill Clinton and Tony Blair.
Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel is embroiled in a scandal over his use of not one, not two, but four rent-stabilized apartments in Manhattan.
On June 10, radio personality Bob Lonsberry made racist, sexist and classist remarks on the air targeting children of color.
When we used a SocialistWorker.org article to build solidarity for the Seattle sprinkler fitters' strike, dozens of dockworkers found out about the struggle.
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Why do Barack Obama, George Bush and Nuri al-Maliki seem to be converging around a similar policy for the future of the U.S. occupation of Iraq?
The media hailed the arrest of Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, but no one discussed the selectiveness of who ends up in the dock for war crimes.
A Justice Department report detailing ongoing human rights abuses against prisoners at Cook County Jail in Chicago reads like a horror story out of Abu Ghraib.
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