What happens to the Sanders supporters' dreams of an alternative now that they have been deferred, most plainly by Bernie Sanders himself?
During the month of June, Palestinians in the West Bank faced some of the harshest water shortages that they have in decades.
Five years after Wisconsin workers occupied the state Capitol, there are lessons to be learned about the struggle against austerity.
The Battle of the Somme during the First World War took place 100 years ago, but the scale of carnage is even greater today.
En Nicaragua, la memoria de la Revolución Sandinista es aún muy poderosa, pero la promesa de sus líderes sigue incumplida.
We looked at some of the more progressive planks from the 2008 platform passed by the Democrats to see how they fared under Barack Obama.
The media bought a New York cop's story that he killed Delrawn Small in self-defense, until a video showed that it was murder.
What does a movie like the Ghostbusters say about the film industry's view of women--in the movies and in the theater seats?
The contemporary consensus that busing Boston's students to desegregate the public schools was "misguided" is just wrong.
The Clinton campaign dangled Elizabeth Warren's name before picking a tame champion of "bipartisanship" to be the vice presidential nominee.
The Workers' Party in Brazil wants to curry favor with the same corrupt right-wingers who voted to impeach Dilma Rousseff.
Activist groups rallied outside the Madison Police Union headquarters to take a stand against racism and police brutality.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver made two decisions with political implications last week: one courageous and one craven.
To say that racial inequality is part and parcel of a system of economic inequality doesn't mean that racial inequality isn't real.
Those who hope Bernie Sanders can still transform the Democrats should consider the fate of Jesse Jackson's 1980s presidential campaigns.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega once led a vibrant radical movement, but he and the Sandinistas are compromised today.
An Indonesian government symposium on the 1965 anti-communist massacres reveals that the fight for democracy must continue.
More than 400 people defied the state's scare tactics and joined a demonstration against racist police violence in Syracuse.
Las renovadas protestas contra el racismo y la violencia de la policía ofrecen una alternativa contra aquellos que nos piden ser "pacientes."
The pro-police cry of "Blue Lives Matter" implies something its supporters don't intend: The cops act as a caste set apart--and above the law.
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