The conviction of a British socialist for alleged actions at an anti-fascist demonstration was just the latest in a series of police crackdowns.
A National Football League game became the focus of union solidarity, as players facing the threat of a lockout reached out.
An ugly campaign against Muslims, built on lies and racist hate, has been building to a fever pitch as anniversary of the September 11 attacks approaches.
Michelle Alexander's The New Jim Crow exposes the racism and inequality at the heart of the U.S. prison-industrial complex.
The book Floodlines tells the story of New Orleans after Katrina hit--the manmade disaster that followed the storm and the struggle to win justice.
If Vatican City were a nation-state like any other, its internal regime would be a human rights scandal, and its head of state would be on trial.
Some 300 people attended a Los Angeles town hall meeting to discuss the DREAM Act and what it means for immigrant rights activists.
The mass strike by public-sector workers in South Africa highlighted growing inequality and austerity measures in a country hit hard by the crisis.
Christian Right fanatics in Gainesville, Fla., are planning "Burn a Koran Day"--but activists will send a message that their hate won't be tolerated.
An American freelance journalist who writes about the struggle of the Kurdish people talks about his detention in Turkey.
The lack of imagination and purpose in the Labour Party seemed obvious when leadership candidates were asked if they considered themselves socialists.
I know that if other CCSF students have been feeling the squeeze as much as I have, we can mobilize and have our basic demands met.
The economic crisis is dragging on--and all Barack Obama has to offer is chump change on infrastructure spending, plus more corporate tax breaks.
A member of the Labor Party Pakistan describes the impact of the catastrophic floods in her country--and the government's inept response.
A homeless Native American man became the latest victim of the brutal Seattle police when an officer shot him four times, killing him on the spot.
The real center of power in Thailand, lurking behind the throne of King Bhumibol and doing the bidding of the elite, is the military.
Charter backers are creating an education marketplace in Houston that looks a lot like the industries from which they draw support, including Big Oil.
In an otherwise wonderful article, Mike Marqusee claims that "there is no evidence that circumcision affects HIV spread." This is not true.
The emergence of the Tea Partiers and the looming GOP victory in November has led to a revival of the idea that the U.S. population is basically conservative.
The privatization of millions of acres of land in Africa is helping to fuel a crisis of hunger and displacement across the continent.
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