The record of U.S. and British intervention in non-Western countries reveals not altruism but ruthless self-interest.
The fight for full same-sex marriage rights is not over, but activists must fight to set the terms of the debate and make the legislature act.
The response to a bigoted assault | A vision of a classless society | A decayed institution | Liars of the first order | Obama’s "liberalism"
Protesters descended on Sacramento to fight reductions in education spending--while continuing a debate over strategies to stop the cuts.
Look who's applauding the loudest for Osama bin Laden's assassination--liberal figures who talk about peace and respect for national sovereignty.
While the West continues the "humanitarian" bombing of Libya, its weaponry is being used on the people of Bahrain.
Anti-eviction activists in Rochester, N.Y., gathered to celebrate a victory--Catherine Lennon is back in her home.
Higher education faces a long-term crisis--one of commitment to the idea that everyone has a right to an education.
A coalition of Jews, Christians and Muslims hosted a conference to combat the growing bigotry directed against Muslims.
Skyrocketing gas prices are hitting working people hard--but that's good news for the oil companies and financial speculators who profit at our expense.
Young radicals often have only a vague sense of Victor Serge--so the appearance of two collections of his work is a welcome development.
Barack Obama is using the assassination of bin Laden to build up popular support for U.S. military actions abroad and his own reelection at home.
Nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu has called on Israel to respect its own laws and terminate his citizenship.
The new documentary I Am argues that human beings have the ability to live cooperatively and create a better world.
Next year, Secretary Duncan, please don't write another love letter to teachers. We're just not that into you.
Information from bus drivers leads me to question the assertions of Teamsters Local 597 Principal Officer Ron Rabideau regarding the recent contract impasse.
Chittenden drivers got a better contract because of rank-and-file activism and a credible strike threat.
Politicians and the media are using the death of Osama bin Laden to retroactively justify the torture of detainees in the "war on terror."
Syrian ruler Bashar al-Assad is ratcheting up the pressure with bullets, tanks and mass arrests, but the democracy revolt continues.
The strut of confidence is gone, and the jitters are back after a flurry of dreadful economic statistics at the end of April.
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