The movie trailers would have you believe that Public Enemies is about the exploits of bank robber John Dillinger. Sadly, its focus is the FBI.
One thousand people rallied in Washington to demand single-payer health care on July 30, the 44th anniversary of Medicare.
Some 100 people gathered in New York City's Jackson Heights to protest recent attacks on two transgender women.
In Chicago's largely Latino Pilsen neighborhood, a pro-immigrant mural was defaced by racist graffiti in late July.
The health care industry could never get away with selling the proposals masquerading as "reform" in Washington. That's what Democrats are for.
The convergence of Greece's main center-right party with the open racists of the far right has dominated the scene since the June elections.
"Common sense" says that there isn't enough to go around, and this is what accounts for famines and poverty in the world. But common sense is wrong.
He's been reinstated by the National Football League, but there's no guarantee that he will ever see the playing field again.
Workers at the Holiday Inn in Concord, Calif., are fighting to preserve affordable health care for their families.
A leader of Physicians for a National Health Program explains why the health care proposals being debated in Washington will make the crisis worse.
A Seattle homeless community is asking for solidarity as it tries to keep from being evicted from the latest of many locations.
Workers who are part of the underground labor movement in Iran describe the state of the struggle and what's ahead.
The decision that Britain should become a nuclear power never had much to do with deterrence, always a lot to do with keeping onside with the U.S.
Socialists should refuse to sacrifice the independence of social movements in the interest of any politician's election.
There are increasing calls for a new economic stimulus package, but the Obama administration has a different message for victims of the crisis: Wait.
The "doomsday" budget with cuts of 50 percent in social programs didn't pass in Illinois--but those that did go through are still devastating.
There may be differences within the limits of "mainstream" ruling-class thinking, but figures like Obama would never challenge those limits themselves.
ABC invited Barack Obama's former doctor to a televised White House forum on health care--only to discover Dr. Scheiner supports single-payer.
The documentary Tapped reveals the dirty business behind the myth that bottled water is part of a healthy lifestyle.
Supporters of Nativo Lopez gathered at his arraignment in Los Angeles to protest this attack on the immigrant rights leader and the movement.
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