Barack Obama's Sunday speech committed the U.S. government to the same policies of war and repression that have already stoked terrible violence.
Workers at Kohler in Wisconsin are fighting for a good contract for all union members by challenging two-tier wage schemes.
Trump has gone too far with his lies about Muslims celebrating 9/11--but he's picked on a crowd isn't going anywhere.
The Campaign to End the Death Penalty's convention heard from those at the center of the fight: prisoners and family members.
Using Paris as a pretext, the police are demanding to be armed on NFL Sunday--which will make all of us less safe.
Conservatives are responding to campus protests with a tired old smear--that "coddled" students are threatening the right to free speech.
After protest forced out Chicago's police chief, activists are looking at what's next in the fight against Rahm Emanuel's City Hall.
The struggle to close Rikers Island jail could mobilize New Yorkers to shut down a hated symbol of the ruling-class offensive.
Black students have led a movement to highlight the deep roots of discrimination and bigotry at the Ivy League university.
New York City teachers committed to social justice met to strategize about building the fight for our schools and for a stronger union.
Opponents of British Prime Minister David Cameron's plans for air strikes in Syria contributed to the opposition in parliament.
Donald Trump's recycled lies about U.S. Muslims cheering the September 11 attacks is being rehabilitated for a specific ideological purpose.
A leading voice of ecosocialism looks at what to expect from the Paris climate summit and where the movement needs to go next.
Wisconsin Republicans are pretending to "protect" students by pushing a bill that would put transgender students at greater risk.
Corporations have found another way to get over on customers and employees--forcing them to give up their right to sue.
Twenty years ago, the mining town of Weipa was the site of a momentous showdown between Australian workers and employers.
Students on dozens of campuses took action in November, both in solidarity with Missouri students and to make demands of their own.
We need a movement strong enough to force big changes in the way humans produce and consume energy. But what kind of changes?
France's New Anti-capitalist Party spoke out against the government's violent crackdown on climate justice protests.
Support for a $15 an hour minimum wage has grown, yet some Oregon labor leaders are backing down a fight to win it.
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