The uprising in Wisconsin has given us all a taste of the power of mass mobilization and the importance of struggle--especially the class struggle.
Teachers were at the center of the worker rebellion in Wisconsin--and their counterparts across the U.S. want to continue the fight.
A veteran socialist talks about the prospects for radical change sweeping across the Middle East in the wake of revolutions and uprisings.
It's been over a month since Gov. Scott Walker introduced his "budget repair bill"--and kicked a sleeping giant called the labor movement in the face.
We face the prospect of no football in 2011 because the players made a three-word demand on owners: open your books.
As tens of thousands protested in Madison to show their opposition to Scott Walker, activists elsewhere organized emergency demonstrations.
We may not win full civil rights for LGBT people this year or the next, but the only way we ever will is if we keep fighting.
If National Public Radio wants to protect its public funding, it should do a better job of supporting the struggles of public workers.
The nuclear crisis triggered by the Japanese earthquake and tsunami gets worse by the hour--and highlights the impossibility of safe nuclear power.
Six Zimbabwean activists are facing treason charges because their organizing was seen as a threat by the corrupt regime of Robert Mugabe.
The struggle to end dictatorship in Egypt cannot be completed without a struggle against the causes of political repression and tyranny.
Students, teachers, staff and supporters organized actions across California on March 2 in defense of public education.
I went to bed Friday night, head reeling from the ups and downs of our fight to defeat Scott Walker's brutish attacks.
I've never been to a demonstration that came close to the level of confidence and solidarity as the one I attended in Madison, Wis.
What we're seeing in Wisconsin is the culmination of 40 years of a one-sided class war in this country, waged by the rich against the rest of us.
New York's billionaire Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants city workers to pay for the crisis--and is threatening to lay off 6 percent of the city's teachers.
Scott Walker pushed through his anti-union legislation in Wisconsin, but a massive labor rally showed the struggle to stop the union-busters isn't over.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn ended the death penalty system by signing a bill abolishing executions and commuting all 15 current death sentences.
The comparison between today's anti-Muslim hysteria and the 1950s McCarthy era got more literal with Peter King's congressional hearing last week.
Some voices on the left have claimed that Libya's popular uprising is racist, but it's Qaddafi's regime that is to blame.
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