What's behind Washington state voters' rejection of Initiative 1098, which would have instituted an income tax on the rich?
Weeks after pickets over Fresh Del Monte's anti-labor practices shut ports, protesters took to the docks and streets again.
If the British government gets its way, poverty and inequality will grow more acute and living standards for the majority will decline.
W.E.B. Du Bois left the Socialist Party around the same time, but for different reasons that shed light on the issues of how to fight racism.
The bills of bankers and developers are being handed over to the Irish working class. We need a nationwide strike to say that we won't pay.
The artillery attack by North Korea that killed two South Koreans civilians is being used by the U.S. as an opportunity to ratchet up a longstanding conflict.
Don't buy the media slanders--the student protests across Britain are an example of thoughtful people forced to take action.
Gone are the days when anybody who questioned the magnificence of the Celtic Tiger boom in Ireland could be dismissed as a begrudger.
The novelist and international activist faces a police investigation into statements in support of freedom for Kashmir.
The founder of the DuSable Museum lived a life that embraced a broad spectrum of ideas about how to change the world.
Several hundred people gathered on Thanksgiving Day for the 41st National Day of Mourning, organized by the United American Indians of New England.
Some 50 multiracial marchers turned out for an enthusiastic rally in the Bronx to stand against anti-LGBT hate crimes.
Ireland is the latest flashpoint of the crisis--and political leaders who spared no expense when banks were in trouble now want workers to pay.
Claude Jones was put to death in Texas under George W. Bush--but new DNA testing shows the evidence that convicted Jones was worthless.
Three activists targeted in the September FBI raids will be forced to testify--or face time in prison on contempt charges.
Washington, D.C., hotel workers are displaying the kind of militancy that could help breathe life into the labor movement.
The NFL owners' push to extend the season by two games--in spite of increasing injuries on the field--is a sticking point in contract negotiations.
I see the consequences of a broken public health care system every day--and Barack Obama's deficit commission wants to make things worse.
Now that we know what the deficit reduction commission was planning, it's clear that Republicans would have won even if they lost on November 2.
The Republic is going down the tubes--which probably shouldn't be a surprise given the crooks who've been running the place.
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