New York City activists gathered on the steps of City Hall to support four men arrested last year on trumped-up terrorism charges.
A leading activist in this spring's student strike at the University of Puerto Rico talks about what's ahead in the fight against the government's attack.
The notoriously anti-union D.C. School Chancellor Michelle Rhee fired 241 teachers without regard to seniority guaranteed by the union contract.
An Israeli court has sentenced a Palestinian man to 18 months in prison for engaging in consensual sex. The charge? "Rape by deception"?
When we feel bludgeoned by professional sports, it's the owners who need to answer for this sorry state of affairs.
U.S. officials say leaked documents about Afghanistan "put our soldiers at risk." But who sent the soldiers there in the first place?
The U.S. Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel endorses the call for boycotting Arizona on account of its manifestly racist laws.
In late July, a Planned Parenthood clinic in Chicago had to temporarily close due to a bomb scare when a mysterious box was discovered outside.
Six months after Haiti's catastrophic earthquake, the promises of the world's most powerful governments to provide billions in aid are unfulfilled.
Immigrant students taking action for the DREAM Act are exposing an unjust system--and setting an inspiring example for the wider movement.
Supporters of justice and civil rights gathered around the country for protests on July 29 as Arizona's anti-immigrant law SB 1070 went into effect.
Activists gathered at the United National Antiwar Conference to discuss strategies and the next steps for the movement.
With the economic crisis looming over the governor's race, Green Party candidate Rich Whitney is winning a hearing by talking about taxing the rich.
Some 50 New York City protesters brought attention to Israel's crimes against the Palestinians--with song.
WikiLeaks' release of thousands of documents on Afghanistan has left the Obama administration and its war partners trying to defend the indefensible.
Immigrant rights activists are celebrating a federal judge's injunction blocking the worst parts of SB 1070--even as they organize for a day of action.
Oregon's governor has ordered every state agency to slash their budgets by 9 percent to close a half-billion-dollar budget gap.
The conflict in Northern Ireland was proclaimed over in 1998. Yet there are daily attacks on security forces and worsening street violence.
Irving Bernstein's two volumes The Lean Years and The Turbulent Years explore the hidden history of U.S. workers' struggles in the 1920s and '30s.
Hundreds of unionists and their allies risked arrest in civil disobedience actions as part of a day of action to support Hyatt hotel workers.
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