Barack Obama is the first sitting president to visit a Japanese city annihilated by an atomic bomb--but rather than apologize, he's promoting militarism.
Trump isn't a new threat to a healthy body, but the latest tumor on a corrupt system that can only be called a "democracy" if we use ironic quotes.
Several hundred DePaul University students disrupted a speech by a right-wing bigot--and showed how the left can confront hate.
An Oxfam report has exposed the torturous conditions endured by poultry workers--but their situation is far from unique in the U.S.
A government agency arresting people for crimes they haven't yet committed--sounds far-fetched, but it's reality in Australia today.
Around 100 people gathered in Olympia, Washington, to remember two unarmed Black men shot a year ago by a white officer.
Tenants of a San Diego apartment complex are protesting against skyrocketing rents in their run-down building.
The election outcome shows the potential for Europe's far right to grow and even win power--unless its scapegoating and hate are confronted.
The International Socialist Organization and Socialist Alternative exchange views on the Bernie Sanders campaign and the Democratic Party.
The bosses of the Chicago Public Schools system are once again raising the stakes on teachers and students with devastating cuts.
At the Socialism in the Air conference in Portland, people talked about what it will take to get "from a moment to a movement."
Activists protested at the U.S. Department of Justice as part of national solidarity actions for Sandra Bland and other victims of police.
Sanders has the gall to keep asking people to vote for him in the Democratic primaries--so the Clinton gang resorted to more underhanded methods.
Greg Suhr finally resigned as head of the San Francisco Police Department after months of growing pressure for action.
As the strike against Verizon entered a sixth week, union members and their supporters marched and rallied in Washington, D.C.
A French socialist and union activist looks at the sources of the rebellion that is shaking the government of François Hollande.
Faced with death and destruction if they remain in their homes in Syria, millions have decided to endure terrible risks of becoming refugees.
I viewed the world through the lens of the Palestinian struggle, but Syria's rebellion has taught all of us a lesson in solidarity.
A somber crowd gathered in Austin, Texas, in response to the news that the officer who killed David Joseph would not be indicted.
The victory of a presidential candidate likened to Donald Trump reflects the Philippines' deep social and political crisis.
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