Over 300 teachers, who have been working without a contract for 15 months, turned out to the Portland Public School Board meeting October 12.
The National Equality March for LGBT rights was such a success because we struck a chord with a new generation of budding activists.
Rush Limbaugh called out me and several other writers by name on his radio show because we challenged his efforts to own an NFL team.
One hundred and fifty years ago today, a band of men led by John Brown launched an armed attack they hoped would spark an uprising against slavery.
The coup regime in Honduras is continuing to clamp down on protests and the media while dragging its feet in negotiations.
When residents in Denton, Texas, found out that natural gas drilling was going to begin in their neighborhood, they got organized.
Anger erupted in Washington, D.C., schools after nearly 400 teachers and other workers were abruptly laid off five weeks into the new school year.
Workers are responding to plans to cut 17,000 government jobs with a one-day work stoppage supported by virtually all of the island's unions.
A new book explains the role that the Staley workers' struggle of the 1990s played in reviving some of the best traditions of the labor movement.
The myths taught to America about Christopher Columbus' "discovery" of America are a cover for inconceivable acts of violence.
Around 150 students took over the Anthropology Library at the University of California-Berkeley on October 9 to protest budget cuts.
I was shocked when I heard Barack Obama was given the Nobel peace prize--until I recalled that Wilson, Roosevelt and Kissinger had all won.
Economic crisis and mass struggle paved the way for the election victory of the social democratic party PASOK--and the radical left is poised to grow.
In a league that's 70 percent African American, unapologetic racist Rush Limbaugh is in talks to buy a football team.
The comments of High Court justices in London about a case charging British Army atrocities in Iraq have implications for Northern Ireland.
Residents of the Mano con Mano colony of Tampico, Mexico, have been violently forced off of their land and their houses have been destroyed.
Barack Obama, who is in the process of waging two wars, is now the recipient of an award that is supposedly reserved for those who have a commitment to peace.
Wall Street has come up with a new investment scheme involving life insurance that is essentially a bet people will die "on time" or earlier than expected.
China recently marked the 60th anniversary of a 1949 "peoples' revolution" that kicked out foreign powers--but workers there have never really held power.
The Obama administration has a lot to say about ending youth violence in the wake of the beating death of a Chicago teen, but does it have any solutions?
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