Barack Obama's visit to a Native American reservation was long awaited, but his presidency has upheld the status quo.
UPS became the company it is today during the 1950s and '60s, but its aggressive pursuit of profit stirred anger among workers.
The determination of today's protests against Israel's war must be harnessed over the coming months to deepen the roots of the BDS campaign.
A member of Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists discusses how revolutionary forces should analyze Islamist movements.
Israel doesn't want you to talk about the Palestinian children it kills in Gaza--and neither does your government.
A Palestine solidarity demonstration in Madison humanized the children who have died under Israeli missiles.
An author and political science professor describes the sources of bigotry as it has emerged in history, up to the current day.
"Incidents of war" and U.S. hypocrisy | Slavery and dehumanization | Justifying Israel’s genocide | Marxism and feminism are incompatible
A journalist and activist gives a firsthand account of the devastation unfolding around him as Israel continues its assault on the people of Gaza.
August 2 marked the 50th anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which gave the U.S. government an excuse for war in Vietnam.
The Clal Group is deeply invested in Israeli apartheid and occupation, and should have no place at the University of Chicago.
No part of Israel's merciless war on Gaza is more unconscionable than its targeting of Palestinian hospitals.
La "reforma" demócrata al sistema de atención médica es un total fracaso, pero los republicanos la siguen atacando.
Republicans are still raving against Obamacare--but that doesn't change the fact that the Democrats' health care "reform" is a dismal failure.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio came into office on a wave of progressive hope. After six months, what has he accomplished?
A resistance movement is fighting back in Morocco against corporate development and pillaging of resources.
An activist remembers a trip he took to a West Bank refugee camp one year after Israel's Operation Cast Lead.
Why would a Manhattan building with a separate, rear entrance for low-income people--a "poor door"--receive city subsidies?
A new plan punishes public-housing residents by raising rents as an incentive to work--whether or not there are jobs available.
Israel's onslaught against Gaza has been met in the West Bank by some of the largest and most militant protests in more than a decade.
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