The second general strike in two weeks showed that Greek workers aren’t about to give up their struggle to overturn a government austerity program.
In spite of the vilification of socialism, several opinion polls show there's widespread questioning of the free market and a desire for something else.
The crisis in Greece is the product of a grotesque financial system. But the rebellion of the country's ordinary people offers hope.
If Middlesex University philosophy professors and students are going to continue interpreting the world, they'll have to change it.
Approximately 50 activists gathered in Boston to force Sen. Scott Brown to take a stand on anti-LGBT discrimination and "don't ask, don't tell."
A multiracial group of 150 people marched to San Francisco City Hall for a rally against proposed cuts to city-funded youth services.
A victim of the former Chicago police commander who oversaw a ring of torturers in the 1970s and '80s talks about the struggle to see justice done.
Some historians in Kentucky are seeking posthumous pardons for 44 people convicted for trying to help slaves escape their bondage.
When ordinary people accept the idea that the deficit is our problem, it leads to support for "solutions" like cuts in public spending.
Here's a clean, decisive system for holding votes: Everyone casts a ballot, and then the management of British Airways and a judge decide the result.
Student groups are bringing together a panel of University of Washington alumni to discuss a radical chapter in UW history.
LGBT activists organized a flash-mob action on May 9 calling for support of a UNITE HERE boycott of several San Francisco hotels.
Some 50 antiwar activists shut down the entrance to the corporate headquarters of war contractor General Atomics on May 19.
Even before the latest set of anti-immigrant laws, Arizona was ground zero for the federal government's deadly war on the undocumented.
The media is full of dire warnings about what will befall Britain if it fails to make the cuts to public spending that "the markets" demand.
Israel's largest-circulating daily newspaper conducted a major interview with the author of the newly published The Arabs and the Holocaust.
Two reports make the case for a corporate takeover of Oregon public universities to close budget gaps in an age of crisis.
Reviewers are linking Ridley Scott's blockbuster version of Robin Hood to a seemingly unlikely crowd: the Tea Party movement.
Until just this past year, it was policy for students seeking abortions from the Harvard University student heath clinic to be referred for mental health services.
Despite ongoing violations of international law, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has voted to let Israel join its ranks.
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