The 1 Percent needs a crude and violent system to maintain extreme inequality and contain protest and dissent.
The death of yet another Black man at the hands of police, this time in Milwaukee, touched off nights of rebellious protests demanding justice.
An immigrant community is in shock after the murder of a mosque leader--and they blame Donald Trump for a climate of hate.
After local elections, South Africa's African National Congress is licking its wounds--but the left has very little to celebrate.
A group of Egyptian workers in Alexandria are facing sentencing in a military court for standing up for better working conditions.
Knowing our history will allow a new generation of socialists to benefit from the experiences of those who have struggled before them.
Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King turned the attention of the civil rights struggle to the North--and endured hostility and hatred.
Opponents of Labour's left-wing leader Jeremy Corbyn are highly unpopular, so they've resorted to underhanded maneuvers.
El sistema político estadounidense se basa en un acuerdo institucional en el que sólo dos partidos son presentados como opciones legítimas.
The Chicago Police Department has had blood on its hands for a long time, but they got even bloodier with the murder of Paul O'Neal in July.
A ruthless government crackdown has been underway in Turkey since the swift defeat of an attempted military takeover last month.
The 100-year anniversary of the National Park Service is a good occasion to consider the contradictions of "America's Best Idea."
The Communist Manifesto was written 30 years before the invention of the telephone. So why are people still inspired by it?
Not only is Hillary Clinton is piling up endorsements from Wall Street parasites and hawks who engineered the Iraq war--she's proud of it.
Though they are reviled by liberals today, third parties have played an important part in advancing progressive causes in the U.S.
The Obama administration's proposal for "nuclear modernization" can only lead to a more dangerous and deadly world.
Terry Eagleton's book tries to make sense of the sheer quantity and variety of stuff crammed into what gets called "culture."
They nearly killed my son | The continuing struggle at Yale? | Stein courts the anti-science crowd | Aiding and abetting the blacklist
In the "world's greatest democracy," police are increasingly indistinguishable from a heavily armed occupying army deployed by the Pentagon.
The Indian government has unleashed a new wave of repression against a growing resistance by the people of Kashmir.
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