Forces loyal to Hosni Mubarak counter-attacked in a highly coordinated attempt to intimidate the mass movement against the dictatorship.
Growing social inequality, a political crackdown and rising working-class struggle set the stage for Egypt's rebellion.
California Gov. Jerry Brown's new budget will force workers, students and the poor to pay for the economic crisis.
Some 250 people turned out at Rutgers University to hear Holocaust survivors and Palestinians speak as part of the "Never Again for Anyone" tour.
The Green Bay Packers' fan-owned setup has created a relationship between team and community unlike any other in the NFL.
It is ordinary Egyptians, many of them impoverished and illiterate, who hold the fate of the revolution in their hands.
A theme of so many of the reports coming out of Egypt is how protesters are losing their fear of the government and police.
An eyewitness to Tuesday's mass demonstrations explains what the largest day of protest yet will mean for the uprising against Egypt's dictator.
An African American single mother in Ohio was sent to prison because her children attended a mostly white school.
Education "reform" has been referred to by various terms: privatization, deregulation, neoliberalism. Karl Marx had another name for it: capitalism.
Activists are pressuring the New Seasons grocery chain in Portland, Ore., for refusing to honor its own code of conduct.
Egypt's most organized, militant fan clubs, known as the "ultras," have put their years of experience in street fighting to use.
An LGBT rights activist in the Middle East explains why you can't fight for LGBT liberation without fighting for everyone.
Muslims from around the U.S. turned out in Washington, D.C., to protest the wave of government repression against their communities.
The uprisings against dictators in Egypt and Tunisia have put the word "revolution" on the lips of people around the world.
Israel's behavior during the uprising in Egypt is exposing the unholy alliance between Israel and the Mubarak regime.
Western leaders say they want "democracy," but only if they can be certain that people will vote for parties which promise to conform to their dictates.
A new speaking tour rejects the claim that the Nazi Holocaust justifies Israel's systematized oppression of Palestinians.
Musician M.I.A. may well be the musical equivalent of WikiLeaks: tech-savvy, uncompromising and brutally honest.
Some 60 people turned out to honor the legacy of people's historian Howard Zinn with a recent performance of The People Speak.
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