Hundreds of people have taken to the streets each day to protest the murder of an unarmed Black teenager by police in Madison, Wisconsin.
The rise of the openly Islamophobic PEGIDA movement in Germany is one of the most alarming developments of recent times.
Three leading members of SYRIZA critique the government's deal with the Eurogroup and propose a different way forward.
The combination of Boston's crumbling transit system and a harsh winter has had devastating consequences for the poor.
An independent candidate for Chicago alderman responded to the news on Election Night that he had forced a runoff.
Cleveland police reached a new low of victim-blaming when they claimed that 12-year-old Tamir Rice bore responsibility for his own death.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's weak showing in the first round of the election has opened the way to challenger Chuy García.
#MuslimLivesMatter isn't an appropriation that diminishes the Black struggle, but an embrace of a wider fight against racism.
Five years after its passage, what has the Affordable Care Act meant for U.S. workers and their access to health care?
A defense firm for poor New Yorkers is the latest target of a right-wing backlash against the Black Lives Matter movement.
La cumbre "Confrontando la Violencia Extremista", organizada por la administración Obama, fue un ejercicio en hipocresía.
The immigrant bashing of Republicans is back in the spotlight in Washington, but we shouldn't forget the Deporter-in-Chief's dismal record.
The dire conditions facing immigrants and asylum seekers in Greece are a critical issue facing the SYRIZA government.
The shooting of a Black homeless man by Los Angeles police exposes how city policies scapegoat the poor and unhoused.
A Russian socialist website responds to the murder of Boris Nemtsov, a prominent opponent of President Vladimir Putin.
A University of Washington student puts the struggle for diversity on campus in the larger context of American racial injustice.
A shocking series of reports reveal that Chicago police have been running their own "black site" detention facility, where torture is rampant.
The university's undergraduate Senate voted to support divestment from companies complicit in Israel's human rights abuses.
FBI Director James Comey was praised for a speech that acknowledged the existence of racism--but mischaracterized its causes.
The first efforts of a divestment campaign at the University of Toledo were set back by bigoted and undemocratic maneuvering.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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