An IBM worker describes deteriorating working conditions at the plant that was once Vermont's largest employer.
About 50 members and supporters UC staff workers stormed the offices of millionaire and UC Regent Richard Blum.
A reminder of the need to safeguard the right to choose abortion came January 22 when a man drove his SUV into a Planned Parenthood clinic.
The scale of Bernie Madoff's $50 billion fraud is staggering, but that shouldn't be allowed to obscure the bigger crimes at the heart of the capitalist system.
Student activists in Britain are occupying their universities in solidarity with the people of Gaza, and antiwar forces are pressuring the BBC.
Hotel workers in Emeryville, Calif., won a significant victory when the city council ordered Woodfin Suites to pay $200,000 in back wages.
George Bush presented a last round of "presidential freedom medals," but there were actually a few war criminals missing from his list this time.
A resident of Gaza City describes the horrors inflicted on Palestinians during Israel's war--and how the anger is feeding the determination to resist.
Working-class people--in factories, shops and offices--produce all the wealth under capitalism. That's the basis of their power to transform society.
A key union in Brazil is using job actions and a call for labor and community solidarity to fight General Motors' decision to lay off 802 workers.
We're told that sports represent a sacredly apolitical space--a place to flee the headaches of the real world. Recent events show otherwise.
Citigroup and Bank of America are staggering under a new wave of losses as the deepening recession drags down the financial system.
Barack Obama is promising a new era of "post-partisan" politics--but that's a politicians' cliché for making concessions on important issues.
Supporters of abortion rights have a lot to be hopeful about, but questions about the movement's direction are as pressing ever.
Will the UN ceasefire in Gaza stop the flow of arms to the terrorists? Because Israel is getting its planes and tanks and missiles from somewhere.
As attacks on the Seattle LGBT community have escalated, young activists have begun making news with their energy and fresh ideas.
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The payday loan industry has mushroomed by preying on workers whose shrinking real wages fail to cover rent and put food on the table.
Political prisoner Leonard Peltier suffered a severe beating after being transferred to a new prison, and his supporters are appealing for solidarity.
The first week of 2009 witnessed a full-on assault on Rhode Island's teachers and public employees, spearheaded by Republican Gov. Donald Carcieri.
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