The Dominican Republic is set to adopt a new constitution that will erode democratic gains and negatively impact women and Haitian immigrants.
Workers at the Ruby Ridge Dairy are facing firings and threats of violence from management because of their fight to form a union.
Activists gathered in several U.S. cities in August to protest the military coup in Honduras and stand in support of ordinary Hondurans.
Republicans and conservative Democrats are set to wreck health care reform--and Barack Obama is letting them.
Immigrants are being locked away in ICE and non-ICE facilities in growing numbers--and the Obama administration is only making matters worse.
Did the mercenary firm Blackwater operate as hired assassins targeting members of al-Qaeda for the Bush administration?
While students and teachers were told to sacrifice, Peralta Community College District administrators raised salaries and misused college funds.
On August 16, over 1,500 people took to the streets of Mumbai for the largest LGBT pride march in India's history.
District 9's critique of the brutality meted out to the refugees certainly is relevant, as nearly 2 billion people worldwide are crowded into slums.
The state has existed to enforce the rule of an exploiting minority over an exploited majority, but what happens if the working class is in power?
The popular struggle in Honduras is to defeat the coup makers, but the roots of the fight lie in 30 years of neoliberal policies pursued by the elite.
After 28 years in prison serving time for a crime he always maintained he did not commit, Mark Clements has finally won his freedom.
The government has denied parole for Native American activist Leonard Peltier--one of the country's longest-serving political prisoners.
Eighteen-year-old Caster Semenya, a track and field star, is being subjected to a shameful circus of public scrutiny over questions about her sex.
Some 150 recently unionized teachers face a fight for decent wages and health care at the Manhattan School of Music's Pre-college Division.
The outcome of Afghanistan's presidential elections will depend on deals Hamid Karzai made with some of the country's most notorious warlords.
The Industrial Workers of the World based itself on the idea of industrial unionism--of organizing all workers together, regardless of skills, craft, sex, nationality or race.
A registered nurse describes how, by including insurance companies in the White House health care reform plan, Obama has included the main problem in the solution.
Michael Vick is joining the Philadelphia Eagles--and sports-radio nitwits, animal rights activists and even Vick supporters are overreacting.
Some 50 activists turned out August 16 to protest an anti-gay marriage event in Warwick, R.I.
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