Returning to his home in Gaza from a trip to Britain, Palestinian journalist Mohammed Omer was seized by Israel's security services and brutalized.
Does anyone believe John McCain just happened to be visiting Colombia when the U.S.-backed military pulled off a high-profile hostage rescue?
June was the deadliest month for U.S. troops in Afghanistan since the war began and the second straight month that the toll was higher than in Iraq.
A strike by 300 fire sprinkler installers has shut down construction at most large construction sites in Seattle and western Washington.
I was 12 years old when the Exxon Valdez tanker hit the Bligh Reef in 1989, spilling 11 million gallons of crude oil in to Prince William Sound.
Military recruiters not only visit campuses and hover around malls; they also descend on the prison population, which is disproportionately poor.
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Corporate America is celebrating the Supreme Court decision in the Exxon Valdez case that shields the world's most profitable company against its victims.
Workers are enduring a sharp cut in living standards caused by rising food and gas prices--while a credit crunch, caused by the housing crisis, drags on.
"The Scream," one of the world's best-known and widely reproduced painted images--is back on display at a museum in Norway.
The Incredible Hulk captures the amoral and villainous nature of the military's hierarchal food chain, while providing plenty of thrills.
A rash of police-involved shootings that has left five people dead in Chicago in the past two weeks sparked a small, but resolute, protest.
The Houston immigrant rights community isn't allowing ICE to conduct raids on local workplaces without a response.
One major reason for Barack Obama's popularity is the belief that he's antiwar. But the men and women he's gathered around him as advisers are veteran war-makers.
The federal government's never-ending persecution of Sami Al-Arian reached a new low when Al-Arian was charged with two counts of criminal contempt.
An Argentine socialist explains the background to the conflict between big farmers and the government of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Rank-and-filers in the Teachers Association of Long Beach scored a victory--only to have it taken away by the state union.
Western oil companies are putting the finishing touches on contracts that would allow them to operate in Iraq for the first time in more than three decades.
A dictator's bloody re-election farce in Zimbabwe may be prelude to a power-sharing deal--brokered with the blessing of the "international community."
Don Imus has made another obnoxious bigoted comment, but he's trying to hang onto his job by claiming he's a misunderstood anti-racist.
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