After four months on strike, workers at the upstate New York plant held off demands for wage cuts, but accepted other concessions.
More than 300 residents came out to protest the Dove World Outreach Center's planned "International Burn a Koran Day."
The national coordinator of Britain's Love Music Hate Racism explains why it's more important than ever to take a stand against the far right.
While the media focuses on the plight of homeowners, there's a hidden housing crisis--the struggle of millions of people to find affordable rental units.
To some writers, bonus-seeking executives and corrupt politicians played a role in the BP disaster, but the real villains were consumers.
The director of a new film about a football star who joined the military and was killed by friendly fire goes beyond the myths.
Sodexo food service workers went on strike at George Mason University, citing unsafe working conditions, low pay and mistreatment by management.
The right wing is running the show in Washington politics--but a rally set for October 2 can be a place for working people to put forward their demands.
Twelve U.S. soldiers are facing trial for the horrific murder of Afghan civilians "for sport" and the cover-up that followed.
The police killing of an immigrant day laborer sparked several nights of angry confrontations and an ongoing vigil to demand justice.
Dave Eggers' Zeitoun is the true story of how one immigrant's "American Dream" turned into a nightmare in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Roughly 150 people from the Japanese-American and Muslim communities turned out in a show of solidarity against anti-Muslim hatred.
The largest egg recall in history has exposed an ugly truth about the U.S. food system--that it can be hazardous to our health.
Since Chicago Mayor Richard Daley announced he wouldn't run for re-election, the media has been glamorizing him. But there's another side to the story.
Mississippi has reopened all its fishing areas--but some shrimpers refuse to trawl because they fear the toxicity of the waters.
The big turnout to protest the G20 summit in Toronto this summer reflects a vigorous movement--but there is an ongoing debate about tactics.
When I heard the Tea Party was holding a rally on September 11 near "Ground Zero," I knew I had to come out to speak truth to their lies.
In Waiting for Superman, director Davis Guggenheim suggests that the problems with public education is bad teachers, tenure and unions.
The drive to slash Social Security is proceeding behind closed doors in Barack Obama's Washington--to the delight of the corporate and political elite.
Thousands of people descended on Lower Manhattan on September 11 for rival protests over the planned construction of an Islamic community center.
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