Workers from Republic Windows in Chicago came to Providence, R.I., to talk about their successful factory occupation.
Barack Obama has been president for three weeks, and it already seems like he has lost his stride.
Leaders of United Healthcare Workers-West, ousted in a takeover by the SEIU International, are launching a new health care union.
An antiwar veteran examines the claims of two military recruiters that they are providing a service to students looking for a career.
A rash of wildcat strikes broke out in Britain after workers at an oil refinery were told that new jobs were going to Italian contract workers.
Students at the University of Rochester occupied a campus building in solidarity with Palestine--and won important concessions from the administration.
U.S.-backed Ethiopian troops have withdrawn from Somalia after a two-year occupation that turned more than 1 million people into refugees.
The educations of thousands of working-class students in Washington, D.C., are in danger because of tuition hikes at the University of the District of Columbia.
There's a lot of rubbish about at the moment--from the BBC's explanation for banning an appeal on behalf of Gaza, to those who claim Obama is really a radical.
On less than two days' notice, activists organized 100 people to help to defend a new abortion clinic against anti-abortion protesters.
The Student Labor Action Project rallied to push the University of Washington to cut its contract with an anti-union clothing producer in Honduras.
Israel's assault on Gaza took a terrible toll in human lives. But one less-noticed effect was the further destruction of Gaza's ability to feed itself.
It took a decade for Lilly Ledbetter to see some justice--in the form of a bill on pay discrimination signed into law by President Barack Obama.
The chant "We Are Stella!" was belted out by striking Stella D'oro workers as they and their supporters marched 200-strong in the Bronx.
Over 200 people came to a public forum in a first show of opposition to Chicago's bid for the 2016 Olympics.
Liberal Catholics have been anguished and angered by the Pope welcoming a Holocaust denier back into the Church.
As activists prepared to stop the Daniels from being kicked out of their home, Citibank and the sheriff's department backed down.
A successful counter-protest against a pro-Israel rally is spurring more activism in solidarity with Palestinians.
A Jewish American pressed by his family to connect to "my people's roots" describes what it was like to be in Israel during the slaughter of Gaza.
Despite Barack Obama's criticism of NAFTA on the campaign trail, his administration is seeking to maintain and expand such free-trade deals.
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