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Trump's campaign poses crucial questions for the left--from whether he's really a fascist to what needs to be done to defeat what he stands for.
To respond to the recent attack, we need a radical rethinking of how we see society and of who makes decisions on our behalf.
The arrest and assault of two respected criminal justice activists shows that New York City cops still operate with impunity.
The U.S. Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel has spoken out in solidarity with Purdue professor Bill Mullen.
Activists in Mexico want Gender Violence Alerts to become new tools that generate alternative power and feminist autonomy.
Ted Cruz is a bigot and a reactionary--and seemingly the Republicans' last chance of stopping Donald Trump from winning the nomination.
Faced with threats of layoffs and a pay cut, "furlough days" and slashed school budgets, Chicago teachers are preparing to fight back.
Over a thousand people rallied to tell the world that immigrants are more welcome in New York City than Donald Trump.
Liberal organizations supporting Obama's Supreme Court nominee should look a little closer at who and what they're behind.
The Vassar Student Association passed a resolution in solidarity with Palestinian rights--despite pressure from administrators.
A Democratic governor is using the threat of mass layoffs of state workers as a negotiating tactic against Republicans.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have pushed trade issues to center stage in the presidential campaign. What should the left have to say?
The campaign to silence critics of Israeli policy as "anti-Semitic" is stooping to all new lows, on college campuses and beyond.
The latest stage in Greece's political and social crisis is unfolding as Alexis Tsipras' government struggles for a way forward.
It's a testament to his influence and efforts that a single-payer health care system is being discussed again in Election 2016.
The deadly violence in Ankara and Istanbul has its roots in the Turkish government's murderous repression against the Kurds.
We can join with others to confront Trump and his racist filth while also challenging the idea that the left should vote for Clinton.
Chicagoans shut down Donald Trump's message of hate, at least for a night, and millions of people around the U.S. celebrated what they did.
More than 3,000 Boston students stormed out of schools to protest budget cuts that come as area corporations get tax breaks.
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