We need to up the ante in Wisconsin by withholding the one thing they can't strip away from us--the work we do.
Gov. Terry Branstad is pushing radical austerity measures--but the Iowa labor movement and activists from across the state are pushing back.
Scott Walker is on the verge of ramming through union-busting legislation, and organized labor needs to step up the fight or face catastrophic defeat.
SocialistWorker.org looks at seven myths about public-sector compensation and government deficits--and provides the facts to counter them.
Gov. Rick Perry and the Republicans want to slash $31 billion in state spending over two years--but a fightback is brewing.
The lives of six Zimbabwean activists--accused of treason by the regime of Robert Mugabe--hang in the balance.
Ostensibly a movie about recreating the exploits of Christopher Columbus, Even the Rain is about history and so much more.
UNITE HERE Local 2 won a contract with the San Francisco Hilton after weeks of actions by members and supporters.
Hundreds rallied in Times Square to protest the Islamophobic hearings led by Republican Long Island congressman Peter King.
Students at Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Md., refused to be silent in the face of a protest by the Westboro Baptist Church.
Inspired by the wave of uprisings shaking the Middle East, thousands of Iraqis have hit the streets to protest miserable wages and corruption.
It has become clear to me, a person who wasn't always fervently pro-union, that the fight of LGBT citizens isn't separate other fights.
While Muammar el-Qaddafi continues a deadly assault on Libyans rising against him, the threat of Western intervention hangs in the air.
The occupation of Wisconsin's Capitol has ended, but the debates among activists will continue as the fight enters a new stage.
Against the background of a government campaign against protests and strikes, the movement that toppled Mubarak has scored two major victories.
Most of the recently imprisoned socialists have been released--but six remain in jail, on charges that carry the death penalty.
As editor of the Rheinische Zeitung, Marx began to understand the power of wealth, and to develop a sympathy with the poor and oppressed.
As the racism of Arizona politics comes to a boil again, the question is whether the 2011 All-Star Game will go ahead as planned.
A multiracial crowd of about 500 people, most of them high school students, rallied in Oakland against a proposed gang injunction.
Nearly 300 students, faculty and community members rallied at the Georgia Capitol building to save public education.
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