The evidence presented in a new photography exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum serves to glorify war, not critique it.
Barack Obama will talk about inequality in his State of the Union speech, but he's as responsible as any Republican for a system that serves the rich.
News of the denial of Rodney Reed's appeal has devastated his family and supporters, but they are vowing to continue the fight.
The planet's future lies not with the world leaders meeting in Davos, Switzerland, but the ordinary people protesting them.
Calling for "peace" means calling for the maintenance of the Syrian regime and an end to the Syrian people's just struggle.
The former British prime minister is said to frustrated at his tarnished image. Too bad he used his office to support an unjust war.
Recent victories in the global boycott, divest and sanctions campaign against Israeli apartheid have opened up new possibilities for the movement.
A member of the Revolutionary Socialists in Egypt spoke at a screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary The Square.
When a staff member at a Seattle Catholic high school was fired for marrying the man he loves, students fought back.
The Seahawks' Richard Sherman uses the platform of the NFL to tell harsh truths--hardly a recipe for becoming a "brand."
The Canadian government will do anything to protect the fossil fuel industry, including closing libraries and destroying research.
El ataque al derecho a optar por un aborto está ligado al asalto contra el nivel de vida de la clase obrera.
Más revelaciones no han desanimado a la Casa Blanca de tratar de justificar su habilidad de fisgonear cada aspecto de nuestras vidas.
Throughout history, women have found ways to terminate unwanted pregnancies, whether abortion was legal or not and despite the risk.
The phrase is often used on the left as a general term of abuse, but its real meaning is abstention from the class struggle.
The lesson of the Elk River chemical spill should be clear: Don't trust the polluters to police themselves or clean up their toxic messes.
The trial of cops who murdered Kelly Thomas in a grisly beating captured on videotape ended in a not-guilty verdict.
An Indian diplomat's ill treatment of a domestic worker exposes the hypocrisy of both the U.S. and Indian governments.
Workers at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn occupied their workplace to stop ambulance drop-offs from being cut off.
A ruling by the Dominican Republic's top court that would strip Haitian immigrants of their citizenship stinks of racism.
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