Police intimidation, lies and political maneuvers couldn't drive out the core of demonstrators occupying the "people's house" in Madison, Wis.
There is a lot in the air in Wisconsin: justice, solidarity, struggle, dignity, determination, generosity. You see it and breathe it everywhere.
Officials in Providence, R.I., have announced the mass firing of all 1,926 teachers in Providence schools, effective at the end of the school year.
In the wake of revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, demonstrations in Iraq have swelled in size and begun to win concessions.
U.S. unionists are joining Egyptians in welcoming the fall of a dictator--and calling for support for real democracy.
The cuts planned by both Democrats and Republicans will hit workers and the poor the hardest, despite talk of "shared sacrifice."
Despite the hype, Whole Foods is not what it is cracked up to be. Never have I been treated so poorly at any job.
Madison was the site of a massive mobilization to defend union rights, as the movement debated whether to maintain its occupation of the state Capitol.
Egypt's new rulers hope they can slow down and contain the demand for radical change, but workers and the poor are continuing to mobilize.
The Workers World Party and Party for Socialism and Liberation have refused to stand with the Libyan people in their revolt against a dictator.
In more than 65 cities across the U.S., people took to the streets to support the workers' uprising in Wisconsin.
I had the opportunity to spend a day in Madison, participating in the occupation of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Across the U.S., protesters are turning out to show their solidarity with Libyans in their struggle against the Qaddafi regime.
The Palestinian residents of Sheikh Jarrah are defending homes built by their families on land they have lived on for 60 years.
The U.S. Basketball Writers Association has named two Muslim players as co-winners of its "most courageous" award.
Supporters of affordable housing gathered in the Algiers section of New Orleans to voice opposition to proposed cuts to federal programs.
During their strike in 1981, air traffic controllers took on Ronald Reagan--and Corporate America's determination to bust federal unions.
In the early years of the 20th century, the ideas of socialism began to reach a mass audience in the U.S., leading to the growth of the Socialist Party.
The movement that electrified the country with its opposition to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's anti-labor assault needs to step up the fight to win.
The U.S. elite has clung to a vision of the "Old South" that included mint juleps, Southern belles and happy slaves. The reality is exactly the opposite.
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