The chorus of liberal opinion selling pro-corporate health care legislation as an acceptable compromise with political "realism" is growing louder.
While ostensibly about marriage, the lawsuit challenging Prop 8 will revolve around whether it's constitutional to discriminate against LGBT people.
In two speeches at the close of the decade, Barack Obama affirmed that peace was no longer peace, but rather permanent war.
Rev. Al Sharpton wants Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas punished for bringing unloaded guns into his team's locker room.
Students, staff and faculty in the Peralta Community College District pressured the board of trustees to postpone budget cuts for the second time.
Antiwar activists at Salem College in Winston-Salem, N.C. protested in response to a judge's decision to dismiss charges against Blackwater operatives.
The economic crisis in Black communities constitutes an outright depression that has gone largely unnoticed because of the government's racist indifference.
Three lives lost over a $181 utility bill--that's the ugly truth in Detroit, where a house fire killed three people on January 5.
Egyptian police viciously attacked the Viva Palestina convoy, but participants stood their ground and were allowed into Gaza the following day.
A federal judge dismissed charges against five Blackwater operatives accused of the 2007 Nisour Square massacre in Baghdad.
The British Army arrested and jailed Lance Cpl. Joe Glenton for the crime of telling the truth about the war in Afghanistan.
January 1 marked the start of two actions for immigrant rights in Florida--a march headed for Washington, D.C., and a fast.
A film shown on HBO documents a horrific story of domestic abuse endured by Wendy Maldonado and her four sons for 18 years.
Many reviewers applauded Avatar's amazing special effects. But what about its fierce message against imperial occupation and for the right to resist?
Nothing prepared me for our trip to Ma'ale Adummin, where we saw the deliberateness of the Israeli annexation project.
When it comes to college football's Bowl Championship Series, Congress should do the people's work and make it a memory.
Dennis Brutus, who died in December, spoke out weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the struggle against war and for global justice.
Over 1,000 UNITE HERE Local 2 members and 400 supporters staged a rally and civil disobedience action outside San Francisco's biggest hotel.
New mass protests and bloody repression are deepening the divides in Iran's ruling class as the stakes for the struggle grow higher.
Egyptian authorities have attacked a convoy carrying humanitarian relief supplies destined for the people of Gaza.
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