Parents and teachers are uniting to send a message: Our kids' needs aren't satisfied by filling in bubbles on a standardized test.
One hundred years ago, Irish resistance in Britain's oldest colony stood in defiance to imperial rule--and inspired others around the world to follow.
How can we best convince a layer of Sanders' supporters that they ought to build a different kind of party than the Democrats?
Verizon workers are rallying in the thousands and confronting scabs in the biggest strike to hit the U.S. in years.
The Obama administration is set to deport the former Irish freedom fighter 20 years after he came to the U.S. in search of asylum.
In July 1916, Russian revolutionary Lenin offered his analysis of the Irish uprising against British rule, the Easter Rising.
The impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is more than just a conservative coup. It's the result of a deep economic and political crisis.
A group of leading left-wing intellectuals and activists make the case for placing the banks at the service of people instead of profit.
Students held a weeklong occupation of the administration building to demand the school divest from fossil fuel companies.
Israeli soldiers who have served in the Occupied Territories are joining others to share the truth about life under occupation.
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How can it be that the Republicans, the first party of Corporate America, could be facing the prospect of chaos at their nominating convention?
What does California's decision to raise the minimum wage mean for low-wage workers--and the labor movement?
The demonization of the Palestinian freedom struggle reached a fever pitch with flyers targeting a student activist as a "terrorist."
Migrants fleeing war-torn countries seeking asylum are confronting the cold walls of European capitalism in the 21st century.
If we start clamping down on billionaires who avoid paying taxes, they might leave and avoid paying taxes somewhere else.
I have felt the Bern this past week, without ever questioning my decision to not vote for Sanders (or Clinton) in the Democratic primary.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich's reputation as a "compassionate conservative" comes as a shock to those who live under his policies.
Solidarity from students was key to winning a new contract for dining hall workers at Loyola University in Chicago.
After four long years and no accountability or justice, it is long past time to hold the cops who killed Ramarley Graham to account.
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