Texas carried out the legal lynching of a woman who was paralyzed and endured a history of mental illness.
The Moral Movement returned to the streets last weekend, with some 100,000 North Carolinians challenging the right-wing assault on their rights.
The U.S. working class lost one of its staunchest fighters when Pete Camarata--the "best-known Teamster rebel"--died.
Pete Camarata was not just a friend and comrade, but a working-class fighter who touched the lives of thousands.
The academic boycott of Israeli institutions is a contribution to the building of an anti-apartheid movement for our time.
Michael Sam's coming out is a challenge to bigotry, but the NFL remains a homophobic institution at the top.
Not even the lands of the Caribbean, on the margins of the world economy, are immune to the effects of the debt system.
The co-founder of a caucus in the machinists' union at Boeing talks about building up rank-and-file members' power at work and in the union.
Nurses at Franklin Medical Center won a clear victory with an agreement significantly better than management's "best" offer.
The mass protests rolling through Bosnia have tapped into the deep contempt ordinary people feel for the political elites.
Activists and academics from Egypt and around the world are circulating a petition to demand essential democratic rights.
CeCe McDonald's case gave a national audience a glimpse of the realities of being a transgender woman of color.
Un reporte del Departamento de Estado apuntala los esfuerzos de la Casa Blanca por construir el oleoducto Keystone XL.
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Barack Obama promised to "do away" with the unequal pay that makes workplaces look like something from "a Mad Men episode." But does he mean it?
An emergency room nurse looks at the impact of Barack Obama's health care law on the public health care system.
Portland teachers are fighting for the schools Portland students deserve--and that students and teachers everywhere deserve.
The odds are stacked against us in our struggles to achieve change—but victories, big and small, should inspire us.
Vladimir Putin has used the Olympics to remake a region on the backs of Russia's most vulnerable, no matter what the cost.
Boeing machinists picketed an aerospace industry meeting where Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was a featured speaker.
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