An author and ecosocialist activist responds to criticisms that the left puts forward "environmental catastrophism."
Supporters of Palestinian community leader Rasmea Odeh are calling for the pro-Israel judge in her case to recuse himself.
The collapse of whole cities in 1177 B.C. isn't remembered today--but it might well become a common reference point.
New revelations based on information from NSA leaker Edward Snowden expose how the government targeted Muslims for surveillance.
The completely lopsided nature of the conflict must be part of any discussion of Israel's claims about rockets fired from Gaza.
The Campaign to End the Death Penalty has issued a call to action to stop Rodney Reed from being put to death in Texas.
The Nation regularly runs articles debating Israeli apartheid--a question it never considered about apartheid South Africa.
John Tully's history of a defeated strike in 1889 London reveals how the industrial era was built on the backs of workers.
Noam Chomsky's long history as a determined critic of Israel gave his recent attack on the Palestinian movement an especially painful sting.
A relative describes how Mohammed and Tarek Abu Khdeir's family are dealing with the murder of one youth and the beating of another.
Venezuelan revolutionary socialists will hold a conference to discuss what's next before the coming congress of the ruling party.
A broad sense of community raises Mike Marqusee's The Price of Experience above other cancer survival memoirs.
People in Canada and the U.S. gathered to mark the one-year anniversary of the oil train explosion in Lac-Mégantic in Quebec.
Israel's air strikes against the besieged civilian population of Gaza have entered a frightening new phase of indiscriminate violence.
Campaigns to win minimum-wage measures in Oakland and other Bay Area cities could set a new tone for the struggle.
A young woman from Gaza describes the trauma being rained down on hundreds of thousands of families.
A plan to build the East Coast's first liquefied natural gas export center at Cove Point poses a major threat to the environment.
Long-term, mass incarceration has become routinized and integrated into the routine functioning of American society.
The World Cup story the U.S. media won't tell is about an angry population terrorized into compliance by the Brazilian government.
The NEA and AFT conventions this month come amid a growing debate over how teachers' unions can resist corporate education reform.
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