What are the sources of anti-LGBTQ attacks like the law passed in North Carolina last week--and what can we do to stop them?
Fear of the Republican greater evil is understandable, but history teaches us that voting for the lesser evil generally leads to more evil, not less.
Recent diatribes about Trump voters in a conservative magazine show the depths of the Republicans' contempt for workers.
Democrats in Maine are proposing a stern crackdown on welfare fraud, despite the lack of evidence anyone is committing it.
Israel has launched an unprecedented global campaign to silence pro-Palestinian voices and criminalize BDS advocacy.
New York activists have united to form "Justice 4 the Wrongfully Incarcerated" and demand an end to the system's abuses.
Una multitud multirracial en Chicago mostró a Donald Trump que su racismo no es aceptable, y lo embaló de vuelta al escondrijo de dónde salió.
Chicago teachers, unionists and community members explain why they're taking part in a day of action, with a one-day teachers' strike at its core.
The decision of the Brooklyn prosecutor to not ask for jail time in the killing of Akai Gurley is a slap in the face to Akai's family.
A former student at Columbia University recalls how charges of anti-Semitism have been used to silence pro-Palestine voices.
The NBA should respond to the passage of a bigoted law in North Carolina by pulling the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte.
Protesters greeted France's far-right National Front leader when she travelled to Quebec to spew a message of hate.
Ten years ago, immigrants took to the streets in massive numbers across the country to protest a Republican plan to criminalize the undocumented.
Hundreds of people turned out in North Carolina's capital to send the message that an anti-LGBTQ law won’t go unchallenged.
What is the effect of the 2016 presidential election unfolding against the backdrop of the national Black Lives Matter movement?
Instead of hypocritical lectures on human rights, Obama could have apologized for dictators and counterrevolutionary plots.
UN Security Council sanctions on North Korea do nothing to improve the lives of the people who live under dictatorship.
Ten years ago, up to 1 million immigrants and their supporters filled the streets of Los Angeles to protest an attack on their rights.
A new deal between the EU and Turkey to keep refugees from coming to Europe is about playing politics with people's lives, not humanitarian concern.
The leaders of the ruling Workers Party are losing support among their base, while the right-wing opposition hopes to capitalize.
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