The Syrian nun Mother Agnés presents herself as a humanitarian, but she is a supporter of the Syrian regime.
Forty-one years after the Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal, the attacks on reproductive rights are coming faster than ever.
Egypt's military government used its campaign to pass a new constitution as a justification for repressing all dissent.
Parents, students, teachers and other Chicagoans are coming together to confront the further proliferation of charter schools.
The Restaurant Opportunities Center United, cofounded by Saru Jayaraman, assists workers in higher-end restaurants.
The people who run banks need mega-bonuses as an incentive to maximize profits, which clearly benefits us all.
As Mexico's bosses toasted the New Year in 1994, more than 2,000 guerrillas were launching a rebellion that would be celebrated around the world.
The Portland School Board walked out of its own session after students raised their voices in support of teachers.
The mainstream media depicted Ariel Sharon as a dignified Israeli leader. He should be remembered as a war criminal.
The media is painting Peyton Manning as the gentlemanly knight who will slay the dread-locked dragon Richard Sherman.
Anyone who sees the class struggle as a conveyor belt that tilts "up" or "down" is going to be mystified by real developments.
Los políticos nos roban los fondos de pensiones, en el sector privado tanto como el público, y a plena vista de todos.
This last article by Rosa Luxemburg was written after the Spartacus uprising in Germany was crushed, hours before her arrest and murder.
Three years since the Arab Spring, the uprisings across the Arab world have endured setbacks, but the flame of the revolt is far from extinguished.
There's plenty that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio could do right now to implement his campaign promises--but he isn't.
Activists want the Austin Police Department to admit responsibility for racial profiling and the death of Larry Jackson Jr.
A Chilean soccer club's new uniform stands accused of "fomenting terrorism" and inspiring "violence and hatred."
Britain's education secretary wants to celebrate the First World War--and replace pacifist nonsense with prideful patriotism.
Unless we want to see more dead, international standards must be set to address factory farming and antibiotic resistance.
New revelations of government spying haven't stopped the White House from defending its ability to snoop into every part of our lives.
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