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.
Hillary Clinton and the Democrats won't be the only show in town--here's why you should come to the Socialist Convergence.
As many as 1,000 people took to the streets outside of the Republican Convention to declare the need for an alternative.
Democrats don't own our votes | Reaching across cultural boundaries | Anti-immigrant "jokes" aren't funny | The racist war on Black men
Trump's carnival of reaction may embarrass its leaders, but the Republican Party will keep its power to do damage to workers and the poor.
New York City’s liberal leaders blocked a mild police reform bill that many advocates thought was too watered-down to begin with.
The police killing of Jai "Jerry" Williams in Asheville, North Carolina, is sparking outrage and bitter protest against unaccountable violence.
This month marks the start of Egypt's fourth year under the el-Sisi dictatorship, but the moment calls for cautious optimism.
The South Korean government has sentenced union leader Han Sang-gyun to five years in jail for the "crime" of organizing.
After another violent attack in France, the rush to scapegoat Muslims and increase state repression is bound to produce more terror and suffering.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is giving people a chance to vote for what they believe in rather than what they fear.
The victim of a hit-and-run in New York is aiming to put a chink in the shield that allows police to get away with crimes every day.
The national shutdown against the Mugabe dictatorship has revived one of Africa's most militant and long-suffering working classes.
Your recent article by Barbara and Karen Fields leaves far too much to interpretation and can lead in all the wrong directions.
Another shooting of police officers has put opponents of racism and police violence under new pressure to moderate their rhetoric and demands.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence may be even more offensive to opponents of the Republican Right than the man who chose him to be his running mate.
The masses who protested a coup in Turkey may not have all backed the government, but they opposed a new dictatorship.
Marco "Toño" Antonio García Barrera, a comrade and friend of the Mexican working class, was killed in the state of Morelos.
We should reckon with music subcultures as processes that can be shaped by forces around them, rather than as static "things."
The outcome of a Supreme Court case on immigration has dashed millions of people's hopes--and raised urgent questions about what comes next.
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