After Osama bin Laden's assassination, the sports world embraced patriotism--but some athletes are bucking the trend.
A recent New York Times article illustrates what's wrong with the way the mainstream media presents prison labor in the U.S.
May Day celebrations around the country marked the 125th anniversary of the fight for the eight-hour day--and the continuation of struggles today.
Abortion rights activists came together to challenge the right wing's "40 Days for Life" event and demonstrate in support of Planned Parenthood.
Socialist Worker's editorial statement on September 11, 2001, responded to the Bush administration's drumbeat for more death and destruction.
As the U.S. prepared for war on Afghanistan in September 2001, Socialist Worker explained the history of a country already devastated by imperialism.
La muerte de Osama bin Laden hará menos seguro el mundo --porque está siendo utilizada para reforzar el apoyo a la violencia cometida por el gobierno de Estados Unidos.
The U.S. government has a long and sordid history of carrying out political murders--against former allies and longtime enemies alike.
A SocialistWorker.org contributor has some words to offer Barack Obama for his speech at the site of the World Trade Center.
The protests against sexism and victim-blaming known as "SlutWalks" have spread from Toronto to cities across Canada, the U.S. and other countries.
Chicago Teachers Union delegates have voted to oppose legislation that would gut the union's right to strike and undermine collective bargaining.
Ann Rand's 1957 novel Atlas Shrugged was already a bit dated when it was published. As a movie today, it's preposterous.
I was outraged that a McDonald's employee would film the attack on a transgender woman and encourage the assailants to flee.
As a biographer wrote, "Not since Jesus Christ has an obscure pauper inspired such global devotion--or been so calamitously misinterpreted."
Let's get the facts straight about the contract impasse for drivers at the Chittenden County Transit Authority.
A second, larger aid flotilla is due to sail to Gaza at the end of May, and the Israeli government of Benjamin Netanyahu is desperate to stop it.
A debate has emerged among activists in the Green movement on whether a future with clean air and no pollution could potentially include nuclear power.
A Rhode Island teacher replies to Education Secretary Arne Duncan's "appreciation" letter to the teachers he's been bashing.
Who would have thought the man who has waged war against the NFL players' union was actually Eugene Debs in fancy clothes.
The singer of X-Ray Spex recreated punk rock in her day--and her influence can be heard in countless bands today.
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