A Verizon worker and CWA shop steward assesses the state of the largest U.S. strike in recent years and makes the case for a way forward.
Supporters of Bernie Sanders must decide if they will follow their candidate as he falls in line behind the Democratic nominee.
The principal at a renowned New York City elementary school is undermining its historic mission—but the community is fighting back.
An Indiana judge will hear an appeal from a woman convicted under the state's "feticide" law after she suffered a miscarriage.
Grassroots activists took part in a 150-mile "March 4 Justice" to demand justice and full compensation for the falsely convicted.
Hillary Clinton's talk about expanding the Medicare program to people in their 50s sounds like a step toward Medicare for all, but it isn't.
Verizon wants to portray strikers as greedy for more pay, but the bosses are the ones getting the bloated paychecks--and for what?
Climate change is a root cause of the huge forest fire in Alberta, Canada, that has forced tens of thousands from their homes.
Twenty-two years after the fall of apartheid, South Africa remains a nation highly polarized between the haves and have-nots.
Obama administration officials have announced plans for more deportations of mothers and children who fled violence in Central America.
Opposing the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff can't mean forgetting the tragedy of the Workers Party in power.
Trans people are the main targets of North Carolina's bigoted new law, but business interests have more reasons for backing it.
Divisions among left currents in Argentina spilled into the open at a time when unity in the face of the right wing is important.
A new book examines everyday features of life in the digitally connected world and asks if privacy is a quaint idea from another era.
Crushing debt and drastic budget cuts are causing a humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico--but the hedge fund managers only want more.
A federal court has issued an injunction against striking Verizon workers protesting outside the hotels housing scabs.
The veteran journalist and activist who won a seat in the Northern Ireland Assembly reflects on the election--and the fight ahead.
A New York City teacher makes the case for supporting the candidates of a social justice caucus in teachers' union elections.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is built around satisfaction with the political and economic status quo--but there's not very much to be satisfied about.
A two-day sickout by Detroit teachers brought renewed attention to the damage being inflicted on the public school system.
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