The Oakland Police Department has gone through three chiefs in the last two weeks because of the cops' sickening abuses.
The counterrevolution against the Arab Spring and the use of sectarianism have created new challenges for the left.
Two days after his vile response to the Orlando massacre, Trump was confronted by hundreds of protesters in North Carolina.
A militant union leader traveled to New York City to discuss the challenges ahead for the workers' movement in South Africa.
Last year’s mass demonstrations in Lebanon against the garbage collection crisis and political corruption have found an electoral expression.
Socialists have to tell the truth now about the European Union: It is an un-reformable institution dedicated to neoliberalism.
The murder of Labour MP Jo Cox by a British fascist shows that our most urgent task is to build an anti-racist movement.
French workers took to the streets in their biggest show of force against a government determined to pass an anti-worker law.
About 150 supporters of Palestine liberation converged on New York's capital of Albany to protest the governor's attack on BDS.
SocialistWorker.org writers make their recommendations for the sessions you can't miss at the Socialism 2016 conference in Chicago on July 1-4.
It's no surprise that the "warriors on terror" want to exploit Orlando--but the focus on gun control likewise misses the real causes of violence.
Politicians say they want to stop the hate behind the Orlando's killings--but then they feed bigotry with so-called "bathroom bills."
Exposing Austria's far-right Freedom Party for what it is, thereby undermining its respectability, is a vital task for anti-fascists.
Antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria could become a bigger killer than cancer by 2050, but Big Pharma is thinking about profits.
Students at Evergreen State College backed resolutions in solidarity with the Palestinian people and with migrant farmworkers.
We must not allow the Orlando tragedy to be turned into a justification adding to already existing oppression and discrimination.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton wasted no time in attempting to exploit the Orlando massacre to serve their personal political agendas.
New federal regulations signal that the Obama administration is still trying to ram through its agenda of high-stakes testing.
The story of "war on terror" detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi is a reminder of how the rule of law has been bent and broken.
The struggle for LGBTQ equality has come a long way, but the Orlando murders show us we still have a ways to go.
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