Egypt's revolution of 2011 is suffering through a period of major defeat in which the old order regained the upper hand.
Two young women living in the West Bank describe how Israel's collective punishment has been directed at all Palestinians.
The proliferation of monster types in popular culture speaks to deep-seated anxieties about the ways capitalism degrades us.
A sustained wave of Israeli violence against Palestinians has brought tensions to a boil throughout the West Bank, Gaza and Israel itself.
Seven years of economic crisis has created a new normal: extreme social inequality coexisting with a stagnant global system.
People in Chicago, Washington, D.C., and New York City held emergency protests to show their solidarity with Palestinians.
Social justice groups are mobilizing to demand that Gov. Rick Snyder stop water from being shut off to 150,000 homes.
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Sami Al-Arian--one of the most shocking examples of the federal government's persecution of Arabs and Muslims--may finally see some justice.
A California teacher argues that a state court decision overturning tenure and seniority needs to be confronted head-on.
Revolutionary organizations in the Middle East are calling for a struggle against both imperialism and sectarianism in Iraq.
Who is supplying Brazil with the high-tech weapons used for World Cup security? The answer can be found in Haifa, Israel.
Detrás de los horribles hechos en Isla Vista yace una realidad que permite el arraigo de, y a menudo excusa, la violencia contra la mujer y el sexismo.
For Pam Davis, working at Walmart meant always worrying about the next bill. For Rob Walton, owning Walmart means never worrying about anything.
Just like during the U.S. invasion and occupation, the media are ignoring a critical factor in the intensifying violence in Iraq.
Momentum is shifting in an independence referendum in Scotland, with a "yes" vote a real possibility. What should the left say?
Brazil's Dance with the Devil isn't just about how governments exploit spectacles like the World Cup, but how people fight back.
William Shakespeare's famous play is a portrait of a ruling class in crisis--and a monarch who learns to see all of society.
With its decision in a case involving insurance coverage of birth control, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against women, workers and science.
Some 1,450 people attended the Socialism 2014 conference in Chicago to discuss the struggles of today--and tomorrow.
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