The angry students who took over Conservative Party headquarters in London last week represented a generation waking up to its own power.
Oakland residents took to the streets to protest two separate outrages related to police violence in less than a week's time.
When you hear the words "I have a dream" or "We shall not be moved," Nike should be the last thing that comes to mind.
Some 500 Louisiana students, teachers and supporters gathered in Baton Rouge for a demonstration against huge cuts to public education.
Cooperation has given way to backstabbing at the G20 summit as industrialized nations try to push the costs of the world economic crisis onto each other.
Ten months after a devastating earthquake, Haiti has been left helpless against the threat of disease and hurricanes--both of which struck in the last month.
Iraq Veterans Against the War has launched a new campaign to end the military's deployment of wounded soldiers.
George W. Bush says he resents being called a racist by Kanye West after the Katrina disaster. Why should Kanye care?
A documentary asks how good gay baseball player Glenn Burke could have been without the relentless pressure of homophobia?
Hundreds of members of UNITE HERE gathered at Farragut Square in Washington, D.C., to demand a new contract.
My mom has found herself among the long-term unemployed who are struggling in the suburbs where the American Dream is supposed to thrive.
Tens of thousands of people protested the Conservative-led government's plan for tuition hikes and cuts at Britain's colleges.
Readers of David Harvey's new book will feel the power of Karl Marx's analysis anew as an explanation for the economic disasters of recent years.
In the play After the Revolution, a young activist comes to grip with her family's political convictions and its secrets.
Over 150 people turned out for "Youth Justice Sunday," a march against a proposed juvenile jail that would cost Maryland taxpayers $100 million.
Washington politics are about to veer further right--and it's not just Republican hands that are turning the steering wheel.
Throughout the country, there are pockets of disgust with the Republican takeover in Washington and the Democrats' paralysis.
Once you get past the hype, the war on public education is motivated by the same imperatives--power and profit--driving U.S. wars abroad.
The series The Walking Dead shows human beings' potential for solidarity as well as barbarism--and a lot of flesh-eating fun.
While the Indian media and politicians celebrated Barack Obama's visit, many others were opposed to his presence.
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