Serena Williams is changing tennis and choosing how to write its future, rather than being victimized by its past.
Despite their talk about being "outsiders," the new GOP senators are rich, well-connected--and ready to do some dirty work for Corporate America.
A victim of government persecution during the "war on terror" decade reflects on the lessons of his case as it finally concludes.
The reversal of austerity in Greece begins with SYRIZA's promised first measures, but it can't end with them.
The NYPD's plans to put machine guns in the hands of cops policing demonstrations bring back old and bloody memories.
Cuando hasta los republicanos citan la desigualdad como un problema, significa que ya no puede ser ocultada.
You know inequality must be at epic levels when, in the debate over the Obama administration budget, even Republicans say it's a problem.
A member of Greek parliament for SYRIZA challenges speculation that the government may pick a conservative for president.
Safety is at the top of the list of concerns for the 3,800 oil refinery workers on the picket line at facilities across the country.
The people of West Papua have waged a courageous 50-year struggles against terrible violence to win independence from Indonesia.
Steven Salaita has sued the University of Illinois for illegally terminating him for his criticisms of Israel's assault on Gaza.
It's long past time for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to resign--in the interest of football players and the public.
January marked a new stage for the movement against racism and police violence--one not just of mobilizations, but of assessing and processing.
New reports show that damage to the environment is even worse than we knew. So why won't global leaders take action?
New York City, the home of liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio, is creating a police unit whose officers will bring machine guns to protests.
A left-wing economist's view on the issues at stake in the SYRIZA government's effort to arrange a restructuring of Greece's debt.
An Egyptian court is collaborating with the U.S. and Israel in the demonization of the Palestinian resistance movement.
A new book sees a new anti-vaccination mood as a byproduct of countercultural trends and anti-government sentiment.
Rodney Reed, an African American man convicted and sentenced to death by an all-white jury, is facing an execution date in early March.
McDonald's workers in Virginia are suing after they were racially harassed--and then fired for not "fitting the profile."
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