The Puerto Rican government is using a refinery fire to whip up fears of “terrorism,” but the people most affected are workers.
More than 200 people came to the budget hearing of the Seattle City Council to oppose the mayor's plans for huge spending cuts.
The Pakistani military's offensive in Waziristan is taking place with the full support of the U.S. government--and from liberals in Pakistan itself.
More than 700 people gathered at the University of California Berkeley to discuss how to take the fight for public education in California to the next level.
Getting sick was only the first part of a health care nightmare--and not the worst--for a young woman from El Salvador.
The struggle of postal workers in Britain is as vital for democracy as any event to take place in the country in recent years.
A right-wing initiative to cut taxes in Washington is striking a chord even among some poor people because of the state's regressive tax structure.
Organizers of the AFSCME Council 31 convention made huge blocks of time available to speeches that cheered on the Democrats.
With the unemployment system mostly automated, the number of people in the office wasn't big. But their problems were.
Jamie Leigh Jones was raped in Iraq while working for KBR--and the company has done everything it can ever since to stop her from getting justice.
Non-human animals don't possess the attributes that would allow them to engage in activities we associate with "liberation" and "rights."
It's rare when athletes respond to a dreary, clichéd question with a stimulating answer. So thank you, LeBron James.
A victory in approving Referendum 71 would give a boost of confidence to pro-LGBT forces and demoralize the right-wing bigots.
More than 100 people turned out at San Francisco State University for a General Assembly to discuss advancing the fight against budget cuts.
Even before the recession, U.S. workers were losing ground rapidly--and if current trends continue, the future looks more difficult than ever.
Several hundred people will gather at the University of California at Berkeley this weekend to chart a course of action to defend public education.
Electrical workers in Mexico are mobilizing to defend their union after police occupied workplaces and the government fired 44,000 unionists.
You can show a child anything, as long as it's the truth. That's the idea behind Maurice Sendak's book Where the Wild Things Are, and Spike Jonze's new film.
Two union leaders in Colombia representing workers at the important Tenaris steel tube plant have gotten death threats.
Texas is under fire for the execution of Cameron Todd Willingham, but on October 27, it is scheduled to execute Reginald Blanton, despite his claims of innocence.
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