The Western intervention in Libya has morphed from a "no-fly zone" into a continuous bombing campaign--with new threats of the use of ground troops.
California teachers will begin five days of protests May 9 to highlight the devastating cuts planned for K-12 public education.
A 22-year-old transwoman was viciously beaten inside a McDonald's in the Baltimore area--for using the women's restroom.
Instead of now selling off this historic baseball franchise to the highest bidder, why not allow the fans to be the new bosses?
A bitterly contested union election is occurring among employees at three of the oldest hospitals in San Francisco.
Some 200 people mobilized April 22 in front of the United Nations with the rallying cry, "Yalla, freedom NOW! Syria, Libya, Yemen, Bahrain."
During the two decades that Troy Davis has been on death row, media requests to interview him have been routinely denied. What is the state of Georgia afraid of?
Barack Obama is back on the campaign trail, but he needs some new slogans--because "hope" and "change" have been emptied of any content.
A professor at the Universidad Central de Venezuela explains the dynamics at play in Venezuelan society under Hugo Chávez.
Retailer J. Crew became the target of a right-wing firestorm when it depicted a boy with pink nail polish on his toes in an ad.
Bluegrass musician Hazel Dickens' voice had a power that could make every coal company owner, sexist or crony politician cower in a corner.
Despite their reputation as bastions of radicalism, college campuses across the country are carrying out attacks on academic freedom.
Socialists and progressives need to fight for radical reforms of the child welfare system, but caseworkers aren't on the same side.
Masses of Syrians braved a heavy security presence--and deadly violence--in the latest popular challenge to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Yemen's dictator would get immunity under a deal brokered by the Persian Gulf oil monarchies, but the youth-led popular revolt is saying no.
The policy of governments in industrialized countries is now crystal clear: make their own citizens foot the bill for the crisis.
On the one-year anniversary of the BP oil disaster, Gulf Coast residents and activists had a message to send to political leaders and the media.
With 43.6 million Americans living in poverty, many New Yorkers are turning to the informal economy to scrape by.
San Diego City College students protested school reformers and government officials gathered for a summit conference.
Protesters assembled in New York City's Times Square to sound the call for an end to tyranny in the Middle East.
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