Activists gathered in a Washington, D.C. church September 8 to hear union activists from Iraq describe conditions for working people.
The U.S. economy is apparently growing again, but the problems that led to last year's financial panic remain--and workers' suffering is getting worse.
The family of military contractor Adam Hermanson wants to know what caused his electrocution death--and why they can't get answers from his employer.
As Barack Obama's modest health care reform proposals sputter out, the prospects for real immigration reform are also fading.
A new book for young adults, IraqiGirl: Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq, gives a unique firsthand view of life under the U.S. occupation in Iraq.
A 17-day teacher strike in Kent, Wash., ended with a contract agreement that made some gains on the key issue of class size.
Barack Obama's speech to Congress seemed to help him regain momentum on health care legislation. The question is whether that is a good thing.
Activists representing dozens of organizations gathered to plan for a struggle to repeal the Proposition 8 same-sex marriage ban in California.
The sports media and the zealots who run international track and field hit a new low in revealing the results of Caster Semenya's "gender tests."
Military resisters Victor Agosto and Travis Bishop hope to encourage other soldiers to take a stand against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
When liberal Democrats acquiesce so easily to the right, we find ourselves in what Michael Parenti calls one of "the worst forms of tyranny."
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The experience in Rhode Island proves that the Democrats are not the agents of change, but merely the second line of defense for the rich.
The evidence continues to build--Cameron Todd Willingham was executed by the state of Texas for a crime that he didn't commit.
The basic fact is that pursuit of profit is the core mission of the private health insurance industry, not patient care, wellness or satisfaction.
The 1934 Auto-Lite strike in Toledo, Ohio showed how workers could unite, employed with unemployed, to defeat the power of the bosses.
With its prisons dangerously full, why is the state of California fighting for custody of a dying prisoner halfway across the country?
Fifty custodians and supporters rallied today to protest the slow pace of negotiations with University of Washington management.
P.S. 123 ranks as a success among New York City public schools--but officials still took an entire floor this school year to give to a charter school operator.
How can South African President and former freedom fighter Jacob Zuma believe there are two equal sides in the "Israeli-Palestinian conflict"?
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