As Teamsters President James Hoffa faces splits among his supporters, reformer Sandy Pope is running against him.
The evidence is growing that BP's use of toxic oil dispersants is poisoning people--but the EPA won't talk about it.
Some 75 protesters gathered at an Oakland City Council meeting to protest the killing of Derrick Jones by police--and the inaction of the city government.
A group of Haitian solidarity activists picketed United Nations headquarters in New York City to call for an end to the occupation.
In the name of balancing the state budget, Arizona legislators have cut Medicaid funding for several life-saving transplant operations.
A new round of government subpoenas in Chicago and the Twin Cities is meant to send a chilling message to activists.
The documents released by WikiLeaks gives the American public a real glimpse into how the U.S. chooses its allies, its enemies and its targets.
Never has so much official energy been expended in ensuring journalists collude with the makers of rapacious war.
The U.S. government and Interpol are using rape charges to punish Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, not because they care about sexual assault.
Instead of debating whether Boson City Councilman Chuck Turner is guilty or innocent, it should first be asked why he was entrapped by the FBI.
Instead of making working people pay the price for reducing the federal deficit, how about raising taxes on the rich and cutting the Pentagon budget?
Inmates in six prisons across Georgia began a strike to demand better conditions and decent pay for their prison labor.
British police again stepped up repression against student protesters as parliament passed a law to nearly triple student fees.
The announcement of preliminary results from Haiti's disputed November 28 election ignited demonstrations and barricades.
Hundreds of Air Line Pilots Association members picketed several airports with signs reading "Who's Flying Your Plane?"
Unionized drivers and mechanics for the public transit system in Burlington, Vt., and the surrounding area scored a double victory.
"Got it, flaunt it" is the rule again for the super-rich after a few difficult years--and yet the wealthy are acting like they are the persecuted ones.
South Africa's ruling party is up in arms over a labor-backed conference on organizing against budget cuts and for better wages.
Six campuses of the University of Puerto Rico have held a series of strikes to oppose a tuition hike set to begin in January 2011.
It's time to save John Lennon from the pedestal--and show that his views and music were shaped by a changing world.
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