Seattle activists are coming together to tell employers like Bella Napoli owner Ciro D'onofrio that they can't get away with wage theft.
Football great Cookie Gilchrist wasn't seen as a leader because of his play alone. He was outspoken, loud and unapologetic.
John Kasich became Ohio's new governor on January 10, but before he was even sworn in, he was met with resistance from the Defend Ohio Campaign.
United Airlines employees took part in a coordinated pickets on January 7 to protest stagnant wage levels and staff reductions.
Karl Marx is well known for his analysis of capitalism and how it operates--but he should also be remembered for his determination to change it.
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By every measure, the U.S. and other powers, the United Nations and NGOs have failed the Haitian people in the year since the catastrophic earthquake.
More than 40 years after the civil rights movement shined a spotlight on it, the racial achievement gap is alive and well.
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The new governor of New York claims to be a friend of labor--but he's taking aim at the state's public-sector unions.
The dangers of a new energy industry technology known as "fracking" are only becoming widely known now.
More than 300 protesters marked the second anniversary of Israel's massacre of Palestinians in Gaza by protesting in New York's Herald Square.
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After looting the Treasury to bail out the banks, Corporate America and the politicians want to blame the budget deficit on public-sector workers.
People around the world donated to help victims of Haiti's devastating earthquake last year--but most of the money has yet to reach the Haitian people.
Behind her flawless façade and frontierswoman packaging, Sarah Palin draws strength from visions of violence.
Supporters of San Francisco hotel workers gathered outside the Hilton to show that they support the good guys in this struggle.
In the new film The King's Speech, Britain's monarch overcomes a debilitating speech impediment--in order to declare war.
More than 100 people marched in San Diego to commemorate the second anniversary of Israel's invasion of Gaza and to oppose the continuing siege.
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