A new book by Paul Street shows how the rich have created a "second Gilded Age"--and also caused a fightback.
After 14 years of the "war on terror," the countless ceremonies and "thank yous" to military veterans need to be questioned.
A march in Boston shows how the resistance following Mike Brown's murder has galvanized a new generation of activists.
Abortion rights activists need to make our voices heard at the clinics, so we can regain some of the ground lost to the right.
The reaction to Barack Obama's launching of a new war in Iraq couldn't be more different to what greeted George Bush's invasion. Why?
A right-wing school board in Colorado has provoked an eruption of walkouts and sick-outs by students and teachers.
A walkout at Seattle's Garfield High forced the school district to back off its threat to cut one teacher in a core subject area.
Homeland speaks volumes about the consistently awful representation of Arabs, Islam and Muslim-majority countries on TV.
The revolutionary response to the First World War was shaped by two manifestoes written by V.I. Lenin and Leon Trotsky.
The Democrats and Republicans have worked hard to protect their duopoly, which allows the two pro-corporate parties to share power between them.
U.S. air strikes have as much to do with stopping ISIS violence as the invasion of Iraq did with weapons of mass destruction.
An ISO member in the Bay Area answers a critique that he and SEIU Local 1021 promoted concessions and shilled for San Francisco's mayor.
Thousands flooded the street in front of the Philadelphia school district headquarters to protest an attack on teachers.
The ultimate message of the Democrats in elections is: be passionate, be committed, but remember, do it on our terms.
Mike Brown is being subjected to more slanders--but a new generation of activists who have emerged around this case are keeping up the fight.
The attacks on soldiers in Canada will be used to toughen security laws, limit civil liberties and build up police agencies.
New York's Working Families Party hands progressive votes to Democrats with the false promise of providing an alternative.
Despite their occasional claims, Western leaders have never cared about self-determination for the Kurdish people.
The documentary Last Days in Vietnam reinforces the lie that the U.S. government's war in Vietnam was "humanitarian."
Solidaridad es lo que se necesita para enfrentar la amenaza del ébola, no acusar a sus víctimas, ni la histeria racista que inunda Washington.
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