What are the consequences of the Trump campaign bringing the openly hateful right more into the political mainstream than it has been in years?
Opponents of racism and police violence in New York are grappling with what it will take to win real reforms to the justice system.
Three young Saudi men--juveniles at the time of their arrest--face execution for joining in protests demanding democracy.
Now that the 2016 Summer Games are over, we will learn how badly the Olympics will end up warping Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.
The Arab Spring uprising in Syria has tested the left by posing a blunt question: Are you on the side of a dictator--or that of a popular uprising?
The insurance giant said it will radically reduce participation in Obamacare--one month after its merger plans were blocked.
Two steps taken by the Justice Department are raising questions about the possibility of winning reforms to the U.S. prison system.
The Vermont Progressive Party must choose between standing for political independence and essentially fusing with the Democrats.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump might be the most disliked politicians ever to face off in a presidential election, but there is an alternative.
The Vision for Black Lives statement from Movement for Black Lives has been met with a slew of criticism from Zionist groups.
Doug Henwood's My Turn is a valuable tool to help radicals expose Hillary Clinton's militaristic, pro-corporate agenda.
Spain’s political terrain has being reshaped by the left-wing party Podemos, but its model of organizing has led to challenges.
Turns out that scholars had found a lot to despise about Donald Trump back when the reality TV star was mugging for the camera.
A new book by Michael Yates that takes stock of the human cost of inequality concludes that as bad as we think it is, the reality is worse.
A Kashmiri activist explains the backdrop to the latest outbreak of political unrest--and its brutal repression by the Indian occupiers.
Deliveroo workers in Britain won a victory that will be relevant across the world to workers in the so-called "sharing economy."
Hundreds came to a Seattle City Council meeting to demand that officials halt plans to build a multimillion-dollar police station.
Twenty years ago, Bill Clinton destroyed the federal welfare system--and millions of working people have been paying the price ever since.
Native and environmental activists are protesting a pipeline project that would run right through the heart of Indian country.
Vila Autódromo may have suffered mass displacement because of the Olympics, but it also became a symbol of resistance.
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