Hillary Clinton's nomination will be hailed as a historic breakthrough for women, but what kind of history would a Clinton presidency make?
A collection of essays by contributors to Jacobin magazine makes a powerful argument for what socialism is--and isn't.
June 24 was a dark morning, but the left can engage both Leave and Remain voters in future struggles to defend migrants and protest austerity.
Calls for more cops to protect LGBT people miss the mark about where gay oppression comes from--and what side police are on.
Protests against U.S. bases and soldiers have taken on renewed and more urgent life after the murder of an Okinawan woman.
Days after the Orlando killings, Democratic and Republican senators in a liberal state passed a bill that marks a new low for the "war on terror."
The history of where the police came from and why is key for activists who are asking what can be done to reform them.
The left needs to be wary of celebrating the vote for "Brexit" as simply a working-class revolt against the establishment.
The words of Malcolm X's daughter Attallah Shabazz, in honoring Muhammad Ali, can help us understand where we need to go.
Trump obtuvo la candidatura presidencial del Partido Republicano porque sus posiciones son compartidas por la mayoría de la base del GOP.
A Vermont farmworker activist who was detained by ICE, but released after a solidarity campaign explains the stakes in this struggle for justice.
SW compiles a sample of left-wing comment on the ramifications of the UK referendum vote in favor of leaving the European Union.
It's the season of political antics, and the Democrats showed they wouldn't be outdone with a sit-in that offered a false solution.
Workers at Sakuma Bros. near Seattle are fighting for their first contract four years after a series of strikes launched their union.
The day after the vote for "Brexit," as many as 1,500 people demonstrated in London in solidarity with refugees and migrants.
The radicalization that drove the Sanders campaign isn't over, but the Democrats want, with Sanders' help, to contain it within the status quo.
The southern state in Mexico is again making headlines after a savage police attack on protesting teachers, parents and community members.
Organizers of the three-day conference had an agenda of mobilizing for the Democrats, but many of the attendees had other ideas.
Two high school valedictorians in Texas stepped out of the shadows on Graduation Day to demand justice for immigrants.
The CUNY faculty and staff union has a tentative deal, but the fight for the wages and conditions that members deserve goes on.
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