The recent UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements is a parting shot by Obama's thoroughly pro-Israel administration.
Protests against energy price hikes are the latest upheaval to rock the legitimacy of the Mexican government of Enrique Peña Nieto.
The victory against U.S. Postal Service outsourcing to Staples is an important step forward in the struggle against privatization.
The family of boxer Jack Johnson should refuse the cynical attempts by right-wingers to pardon him for what was never a crime.
La promesa de Trump de estimular la economía para impulsar la creación de empleos es una cubierta para aun otro obsequio para los más ricos.
Ronald Reagan's presidency in the 1980s emboldened the Religious Right, but a determined movement stood up to the attack on abortion rights.
Donald Trump's list of cabinet appointments is chock-full of CEOs, billionaires and generals--lots and lots of generals.
The right wing is exploiting an attack on a mentally disabled man in Chicago to advance a campaign of racist hate and repression.
Looking at the racist presidential campaigns of Alabama Gov. George Wallace can help us make sense of Trump's appeal today.
Barack Obama won the White House on a promise to reorder how Washington does business--but his record proves that he had different priorities.
Anti-Muslim bigotry is a key ingredient in the toxic brew that is fueling a wave of right-wing nationalism in countries around the world.
The president-elect's closed-door meeting with Democratic-supporting tech executives surprised some people, but it shouldn't have.
Rogue One almost delivers, but ultimately, the film doesn't give its cast the satisfying story and characters they deserve.
Today's labor radicals can learn from the socialists who helped organize the CIO and mobilize the militant upsurge of the 1930s.
Failures of capitalist "democracy" are producing disillusion with mainstream politics and space for the far right to grow.
An anti-abortion law enacted in Ohio will be the sign of things to come under Donald Trump--unless we build the fight to defend our rights.
A section of the international left is ignoring or even justifying the slaughter of Syrians who rose up against a dictatorial regime.
Two years after the oil price crash, some certainties remain: a world of environmental chaos and oil-fuelled imperialist conflict.
We thank all those who have supported the water protectors. Now, we must keep up pressure on until the Black Snake is dead.
Don't support Assad. Don't support Russia. Don't support Iran. You can't call yourself an anti-imperialist if you do.
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