A federal judge dismissed charges against five Blackwater operatives accused of the 2007 Nisour Square massacre in Baghdad.
The British Army arrested and jailed Lance Cpl. Joe Glenton for the crime of telling the truth about the war in Afghanistan.
January 1 marked the start of two actions for immigrant rights in Florida--a march headed for Washington, D.C., and a fast.
A film shown on HBO documents a horrific story of domestic abuse endured by Wendy Maldonado and her four sons for 18 years.
Many reviewers applauded Avatar's amazing special effects. But what about its fierce message against imperial occupation and for the right to resist?
Nothing prepared me for our trip to Ma'ale Adummin, where we saw the deliberateness of the Israeli annexation project.
When it comes to college football's Bowl Championship Series, Congress should do the people's work and make it a memory.
Dennis Brutus, who died in December, spoke out weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the struggle against war and for global justice.
Over 1,000 UNITE HERE Local 2 members and 400 supporters staged a rally and civil disobedience action outside San Francisco's biggest hotel.
New mass protests and bloody repression are deepening the divides in Iran's ruling class as the stakes for the struggle grow higher.
Egyptian authorities have attacked a convoy carrying humanitarian relief supplies destined for the people of Gaza.
The fallout is continuing from D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee's latest attack on public education.
Labor for Palestine responds to attacks on its open letter to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on the boycott campaign against Israeli apartheid.
I can't understand how Sen. Jeff Merkley or any "progressive" member of Congress can declare that an individual mandate for health insurance is a "right."
The main task of radicals and revolutionaries today must be the patient work of rebuilding the "infrastructures of resistance."
A Nigerian man's attempt to explode a bomb on a Detroit-bound airplane has become the excuse for a return to the post-September 11 terrorism hysteria.
Participants in a convoy carrying humanitarian aid to Gaza are calling on solidarity activists everywhere for their help.
Former Daily Worker sportswriter Lester "Red" Rodney died in December after a long life of demonstrating the links between sports and the struggle.
In the run-up to elections in Haiti next month, the government has banned the country's largest political party from the ballot.
Activists in Austin, Texas, gathered for a December vigil for three workers killed in a fall from a scaffold at a construction site.
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