A society that continues to deny transgender and gender non-conforming people their basic humanity is to blame for this suicide.
A former Army Ranger tells why he walked across the country for Pat Tillman--and the stories of the people he met along the way.
For a city already experiencing gentrification at gunpoint, the prospect of hosting the Olympics should be terrifying.
Hated by right-wingers for his anti-racist organizing, Rev. Al Sharpton now faces sharp criticism from a new generation of Black activists.
Not for "our freedoms," as George W. Bush claimed, but ignorant, arrogant--and just bad--"entertainment" like The Interview.
The NYPD slowdown exposes the lies behind "Broken Windows" policing--but it will still take a struggle to put an end to it.
Allegations made against Prince Andrew paint a picture of powerful men who think, with good reason, that they are untouchable.
Students are organizing to stop the campus police department from receiving the Pentagon's high-tech weaponry.
Elections this month could put Greece's radical left party SYRIZA in power--and the scaremongering from Europe's rulers is already underway.
When they admit police are a problem at all, political leaders focus on a few "bad apples." But the problem runs deeper.
Florida State University has created a reality all its own, as rape accusations against a star quarterback get swept under the rug.
Successful union organizing and vibrant student protests have created a radicalized atmosphere at a major Boston university.
From Delhi to Ferguson, we salute the resilience of those who are fighting in the spirit of international solidarity.
After the killing of two NYPD officers, the #BlackLivesMatter movement now faces a backlash orchestrated by police unions and right-wingers.
European activists call for solidarity against the scaremongering campaign targeting Greece's radical left party.
The family members of striking miners massacred by South African police in 2012 have taken their fight to the courts.
A Seattle housing activist explains what it took to stop the city's plans to hammer public housing tenants with large rent increases.
Black students need to know that educators value them, no matter what the legal system and police actions tell them.
One hundred years ago, soldiers on opposing sides in the First World War showed the power that people without rank and privilege possess.
A political crisis for Greece's rulers could lead to a long-awaited general election in January 2015--and a victory for the left.
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