Spain's two major parties were hammered in European elections, but the big news is the rise of the anti-establishment Podemos.
A Thai activist talks about conditions in Bangkok after the military's coup and crackdown on the democracy movement.
There are calls for the U.S. military to go back into Iraq--and some are using the memory of fallen soldiers as justification.
Even if you have no interest in football, even if you have never watched a single game, you need to hate Sepp Blatter.
La ley del salario mínimo recientemente aprobada de Seattle es un avance importante, y tal vez sólo el primero de muchos.
On the eve of a U.S. speaking tour, Glenn Greenwald speaks out about the fight against state surveillance, and the role of the media and whistleblowers.
The Gates Foundation helped set off the high-stakes testing frenzy--and now it wants two-year moratorium on them?
Hillary Rodham Clinton's claim that her family was "dead broke" in 2000 shows how distant she is from ordinary people's lives.
At the heart of has been called "the Leninism of Lenin" is an uncompromising commitment to revolutionary democracy.
Occupy activists in San Francisco have taken up the campaign to stop the privatization of the U.S. Post Office.
What lessons can we learn from the victory of a minimum-wage law in Seattle--both its strengths and weaknesses?
An intensifying civil war--with its roots in the U.S. invasion and occupation--is ripping Iraq apart and threatening sectarian conflict across the region.
An antiwar author responds to the mainstream media analysis of the conflict in Iraq that it has largely ignored until now.
Working mothers at Walmart took part in strikes and other actions to draw attention to low wages and rotten working conditions.
An open-ended hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners protesting administrative detention has passed the 50-day mark.
A right-wing blogger disrupted an activist meeting at Portland State University, but we won't let him shut us down.
Desde la cancha, al estadio, a las tiendas llenas de cachivaches, nada controlamos del "deporte rey" que producimos.
Seattle's newly passed minimum wage law is an important advance--and hopefully the herald of other steps forward for low-wage workers.
Workers' struggle from below has never been stopped by the theories from above--and it has changed the world many times.
The Texas death machine is still running--and death penalty abolitionists are organizing to stop two innocent men from being its next victims.
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