Barack Obama said in his much-hyped speech on reducing the government deficit that "we" shouldn't "begrudge those who have done well." Why not?
Yoshi's, a jazz venue in San Francisco's Fillmore district, is violating the boycott of Hotel Frank called by hotel workers.
I was just informed by the powers that be at the health center where I work that I will no longer be allowed to sing or hum on the job.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is trying to consolidate his power over the country as a simmering revolt begins to rise to the surface.
From the BP oil spill to Japan's nuclear crisis, the need for a new environmental movement is clear--and the ingredients are emerging at the grassroots.
Our movement lost one of its most devoted defenders of freedom when radical lawyer Leonard Weinglass died last month.
Landlords and real estate developers are out to get rid of New York's rent control law--but a struggle is brewing to stop them.
A Wisconsin expert on higher education talks about the danger of an initiative threatening the UW system called the New Badger Partnership.
More than 70 climate justice activists and advocates gathered for a feeder march to the recent 1,000-strong Portland Rising rally.
Before another Fukushima nightmare is allowed to happen, the nuclear industry should have to explain why it exposed workers to such horrible risks.
We have to march together to show our solidarity--and our alternative to a future of poverty and environmental devastation.
Since the election of Bolivia's President Evo Morales in 2005, the country's social movements have taken a back seat to slower reform measures.
The SJP divestment campaign at New York University has received an overwhelmingly positive response.
Almost every paper and magazine is covered in it, the pubs are full of flags, and every news report has to mention it.
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Shifting the tax burden from the rich to the poor has been the ugly underbelly of the decades-long one-sided class war waged by the corporate class.
The media portrayed the fall of Ivory Coast's former president as a victory for democracy--but the West intervened to safeguard corporate interests.
Supporters of Palestinian rights around the world reacted with shock and sorrow at the news that Vittorio Arrigoni had been killed.
After a seven-year, multimillion-dollar witch-hunt, baseball's Barry Bonds has been found guilty of obstruction of justice.
Icelandic banks went bust in 2008 during the international financial crisis, but working people are refusing to pay for their losses.
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