Scientists are issuing dire warnings about California's drought--but politicians and the media are avoiding the bigger questions about its causes.
Chicago police stopped 250,000 people last summer, according to the ACLU, surpassing even the NYPD in racial profiling.
Just as the key to treating addiction is addressing underlying causes, ending the drug war requires changing a profoundly unequal society.
The UAW has delivered contracts that are essentially non-union in scope and their economic impact on the auto workforce.
Barack Obama declaró al gobierno de Venezuela una amenaza a la seguridad de EE.UU., pero es Washington quien amenaza a Venezuela.
La victoria de Netanyahu fue un triunfo para el racismo--y nos exige intensificar la lucha por Boicot, Desinversión y Sanciones.
Some of Manhattan's swankiest luxury condo skyscrapers benefit from real estate tax breaks originally designed to generate affordable housing.
Chicago unions are presenting mayoral candidate Chuy García as a champion of labor, but his record tells a different story.
The Greek left must mobilize to give voice to the anti-Nazi climate as a trial of Golden Dawn leaders gets underway in April.
A Nigerian socialist describes what's at stake in Nigeria's elections--and what the outcomes could mean for working people.
One hundred years ago, women revolutionaries adopted the first international socialist appeal against the First World War.
Netanyahu's call to arms during the election campaign revealed the racism at the heart of the Israeli political system.
The death of an Oakland mother has shown once again that city officials' preferred solution to crime is no solution at all.
In the weeks since teenager Tony Robinson was killed by a Madison police officer, thousands have taken to the streets to demand justice.
The victory of Netanyahu's Likud Party was a grand triumph of racism--and demands an intensification of the BDS campaign.
There is a heated debate about the national election, but few mainstream figures are talking about the country's main divide.
The fact that Rahm Emanuel is a menace to working people in Chicago doesn't make his challenger's campaign more progressive.
As a deputy public defender in San Francisco, I'm not shocked that there is a white-power network among the police.
A New York City socialist has a message for Chicago, where a mayoral runoff election pits a hated incumbent against a very different challenger.
Union members traveled to the state capital to protest Gov. Bruce Rauner plans to slash social spending and workers' rights.
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