British Columbia's Liberal Party won re-election with the expansion of coal and natural gas extraction as a chief plank.
People in hundreds of cities participated in a worldwide "March Against Monsanto" for our health and futures.
Residents of Northampton gathered for a protest against the removal of public benches as an attack on the poor.
Barack Obama and his administration have maintained and even escalated the Bush-era practices of lying, spying and expanding government powers.
Marx and Engels could sense the upheavals of 1848 ahead--and prepared by building organizations to stand for socialist ideas.
The same mayor who rammed through the closure of 50 schools wants to hand out $100 million for a new basketball arena.
A British socialist responds to the media and political establishment's racist frenzy following the murder of a British soldier.
Housing activists went to Washington to demand the Justice Department prosecute the bankers who caused the crisis.
Workers at Legal Services NYC are on strike against concessions geared toward undermining the union and job security.
After a series of prisoner deaths, New York's attorney general is investigating a for-profit medical provider to correctional facilities.
Some 50 women and men took part in an action in Gainesville, Fla., to demand the morning-after pill without restrictions.
Even mainstream commentators are admitting that austerity measures have led to lower economic growth. So why have governments embraced them?
Struggles internationally are connecting democratization and de-commodification of food and land to the fight against austerity.
The tornadoes that struck Oklahoma led to selfless acts by ordinary people--and public relations stunts by corporations.
Young offenders sentenced to life without parole are being told they will never amount to any good--and will die in prison.
University of Southern California students registered their outrage at the LAPD's racial profiling at two house parties.
Al igual que su abuelo Malcom X, Malcolm Shabazz murió demasiado joven, y con tanto por hacer.
A group of activists and scholars take issue with several articles at the CounterPunch website that recycle sexist tropes.
The Counterpunch website unleashed a torrent of abuse when an SW contributor challenged sexist language and attitudes.
Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists explain the importance of a campaign to declare "no confidence" in President Mohamed Morsi.
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