Gary Tyler, who was finally freed after 41 years unjustly behind bars, was the subject of a 2007 article on his nearly forgotten case.
Supporters of an effort to exonerate a victim of the 1950s anti-communist witch hunts are taking their fight to Washington.
A group of U.S. educators are speaking out against detentions by the Egyptian military regime in response to renewed protests.
News reports are confirming what solidarity activists feared: Egyptian security forces likely tortured and killed an Italian student.
Three years ago, New York City's mayor was a beacon for liberal hopes. Today, he's been exposed as an all-too-typical politician.
Chicago teachers are weighing their options, including a possible strike, as the fight for their union and for public schools goes on.
When human fallibility is applied to energy processes organized around production for profit, the worst can--and will--happen.
A frustrating year at the negotiating table led faculty at the City College of San Francisco to organize a one-day strike.
Several hundred people in Poughkeepsie, New York, joined the growing number of anti-racists protesting Donald Trump.
The walkout at Verizon, now in its third week, is an important battle for everyone who wants to stop the relentless war on the working class.
To understand the elections today, we must look beyond this moment to the deeper roots of what is happening in U.S. politics.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein joined Amherst activists and a Verizon striker to demand climate and economic justice.
The pro-Israel right's accusations that British Labour has "a problem with anti-Semitism" are a carefully calculated slander campaign.
Several Readers' Views made criticisms of the Greens that don't recognize their record of standing for political independence.
Con la derecha en el gobierno, Argentina deja atrás la marea rosa y la lucha se agudiza, explica el economista Claudio Katz.
An award-winning journalist looks at the course of the U.S. war against ISIS--and explains the roots of the political crisis that is shaking Iraq.
The new conservative President Mauricio Macri is leading an attack on workers, but he has faced opposition right from the start.
Barack Obama has joined the chorus of Western leaders calling on people in Britain to vote to stay in the European Union.
Bernie Sanders is giving voice to discontent, but he is also corralling that discontent toward "revitalizing" the Democratic Party.
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