More than 50 people attended a special budget committee hearing in San Francisco to support the Lyon-Martin clinic.
The real significance of International Women's Day, a holiday that's 100 years old on March 8, is its honoring of the role of struggle in winning liberation.
The 23-year-old Army soldier accused of passing information to WikiLeaks is facing new charges and cruelly abusive treatment at the government's hands.
A groundbreaking study shows the full scale of discrimination against transgender people--and the hope for overcoming it.
The uprising in Wisconsin against Scott Walker has taught us a few things about protests and how they should be organized.
Nurses walked out over staffing at Washington D.C.'s largest medical facility, but management responded with a lockout.
Texans will converge on the state Capitol in Austin March 12 to send a message to lawmakers: Make Texas education a priority.
The New York City Council has passed a bill that restricts the ability of anti-choice pregnancy clinics to deceive women.
As the revolutionary wave has swept through the Arab world, people in India are talking about its implications for their society.
All progressives should support Matt Damon's recent criticisms of the Obama administration and its education policies.
The attack on Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers puts the health and safety of all women at risk.
David McNally's new book Global Slump explains the roots and nature of a new epoch of economic crisis, austerity and working-class resistance.
As big demonstrations continue, activists are debating a call by labor leaders to focus on targeting Republican lawmakers for recall elections.
Mogul Michael Lucas is spearheading an effort to censor pro-Palestinian voices at New York City's LGBT Center.
NFL owners want massive salary cuts and an extension of the season--and they're willing to lock out players to make it happen.
The struggle for workers' rights in Wisconsin has caught the attention of the music world from its beginnings.
The revolutionary opponents of Joseph Stalin's dictatorship endured horrific conditions in the forced labor camps of the former USSR.
Staffing ratios are a major concern for nurses who organized a 24-hour strike at Kaiser-Permanente's Los Angeles Medical Center.
Outrage is growing after a local prosecutor announced he wouldn't press charges against a Seattle police officer in the death of John T. Williams.
Despite the biggest labor mobilization in decades, Wisconsin's union-busting governor remains hell-bent on crushing public-sector unions.
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