The attack on union rights was central to the development of the ethos that generated the Murdoch hacking scandal.
We'll never know how much more Amy Winehouse could have done if her talent had been nurtured rather than exploited.
Raquel Nelson, an African American mother, was convicted by an all-white jury after her son was killed by a hit-and-run driver.
Obama's turn to the right has shocked supporters, but it's in keeping with the Democrats' history of abandoning workers to serve business interests first.
Prisoners on hunger strike at California's Pelican Bay State Prison called an end to their protest after promises of reforms from state officials.
American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier is being held in solitary confinement in Lewisburg penitentiary.
Football players hung tough through the owners' lockout, and now the new contract looks quite good for them.
As part of a national campaign by hotel workers to demand good contracts, hundreds rallied at the Westin in downtown Seattle.
Some 1,000 people gathered from across the state of Washington to send a message to politicians: We need jobs now!
A well-known voice of the Palestinian movement talks about new developments in Israel's war--and what lies ahead for the struggle.
Longshore workers are escalating the fight to force a corporate conglomerate to use ILWU labor at a new facility in Longview, Wash.
As the News of the World scandal unfolds, more crooks are being exposed--from media moguls to government officials.
A new book by spoken word artist Remi Kanazi gives voice to Palestinian humor and defiance in the face of oppression.
A recommendation in the Journal of the American Medical Association to put obese children in foster care smacks of racism and paternalism.
The fanatic who went on a killing spree in Norway has connections to the far right that extend to the anti-Muslim bigots in the U.S.
The killing of Kenneth Harding--over a $2 transit fare--was the third fatal police shooting in San Francisco in the past two months.
Two activists against Michael Bloomberg's cuts discuss the lessons of an activists' encampment in the shadow of City Hall.
A new movie biography about comedian Bill Hicks is a welcome tribute to the life and comedy of a powerful renegade.
Pro-choice activists turned out to counter an anti-choice picket of the Artscape festival in Baltimore.
In August 2006, three Socialist Worker contributors traveled the border from San Diego/Tijuana to El Paso/Ciudad Juarez and wrote about the trip.
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