Congress has issued a public declaration of its own corruption, stupidity and immorality in the form of the 2015 budget.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decision to ban fracking is a victory for all the people who spent years challenging the energy giants.
SocialistWorker.org readers speak up for their favorite movies, books, music and streaming content of the year.
Some 300 protesters rallied outside Centurylink Stadium in downtown Seattle before the Seahawks-49ers matchup.
The father of one of the missing 43 students in Mexico joins two fellow students for a discussion about Ayotzinapa and the struggle for justice.
The ever-growing number of police officers and prison guards is a potent source of prejudice and reaction.
The narrative from the media and politicians after a hostage standoff in Australia was that this was Islamist terrorism.
Israel’s cabinet has voted for racist laws that, if approved by parliament, will upgrade Israel’s status as an apartheid state.
In the caricature of a socialist society, everybody is forced to act alike--but the real socialist vision is exactly the opposite.
Police violence and incarceration throw up extra obstacles to Black families struggling to raise their children.
As Martin Luther King pointed out 50 years ago, the militarization of police departments across the U.S. flows directly from its wars abroad.
Activists at Colgate University who led a historic sit-in this fall now face violent online threats and a passive administration.
Reports claiming a decline in homelessness are being used to cover up a crisis that the government doesn't intend to solve.
The weakened condition of the working class movement shouldn't be chalked up to a change that has rendered it powerless.
Los Angeles police recently killed a man at a busy tourist spot--because, they claim, he was armed with a pocket knife.
The demonstrations on December 13 showed that the movement against police violence and lawlessness is only growing larger and stronger.
The academic workers union at the University of California has become the first U.S. union to call for divestment from Israel.
Some of the most prominent voices speaking out about racism are those of athletes who can reach millions of people.
The ferocity of the ruling class offensive has undermined the claim that workers do well enough to stop them from rebelling.
Witch hunts against minorities and activists based on their sexual relationships was all in a day's work for J. Edgar Hoover.
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