Adrian Gonzalez's decision to play in the 2011 All-Star Game in Arizona is bad news for immigrant rights activists.
Residents of New York City's Bloombergville encampment explain what led to their protest and what they want to accomplish.
Several unions held a rally at City Hall on June 23 to oppose attacks on public sector workers.
On Friday, New York became the sixth state--and the largest one--where same-sex marriage is the law of the land.
During their bitter 1977 strike, miners at Stearns Mining Company in Kearns, Ky., faced intimidation and violence from company thugs.
In spite of a no-strike pledge by union leaders and a jingoistic media onslaught, thousands of labor actions broke out during Second World War.
Un movimiento de protestas contra la austeridad se ha tomado las plazas públicas en las ciudades a lo largo y ancho de Grecia--y está sacudiendo a un sistema ya tambaleando.
It may seem hard to believe, but it is fully within the means of society to make the dream of alternative energy a green reality.
As a result of Georgia's anti-immigrant HB 87, agricultural workers are leaving the state and crops are rotting in the fields.
Chicago's first new mayor in 20 years, Rahm Emanuel, has taken office--and he has his sights set on city unions.
The Bush administration's approach to domestic surveillance was a gung-ho version of earlier executive attitudes toward the FBI.
The New Democratic Party is now the main opposition party in Canada's parliament. What does that mean for the left?
Activists gathered to protest the Queens Center Mall's failure to produce decent jobs despite receiving over $100 million in tax breaks.
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A new protest movement against austerity has taken over public squares in cities across Greece--and is shaking an already shaken political system.
The FBI is rewriting its manual to allow greater leeway to spy on citizens and carry out surveillance of political groups.
A broad coalition in New York City has organized an ongoing sidewalk protest encampment called Bloombergville.
Most Americans are still confused about the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict--but increasingly sympathetic to Palestinian demands.
Activists in Seattle and San Diego added their voices to a growing movement against sexual assault and victim-blaming.
New York City activists are marching under the Queers Against Israeli Apartheid banner in Pride parades to protest the "pinkwashing" of Israel.
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