The arrangement established under a proposed deal between the U.S. and Afghan governments would be occupation by another name.
Six months after Rigoberto Arceo was killed by an LA County sheriff's deputy, his family is continuing to demand justice.
Workers at two Chicago Whole Foods stores scored a victory when they walked off the job the day before Thanksgiving.
Close to 500 people gathered in Chicago to commemorate a barely known chapter in the fight for civil rights in the North.
The issue for Palestinians is: Do we have a solution based on equality and respect or one based on capitulation?
What do we say about a world where the act of playing football has turned so many historical racial tropes upside down?
Recent controversies over the Common Core education standards underscore just how arrogant and out of touch its cheerleaders are.
Hondurans took to the streets to protest fraud after the announcement of an election victory for the ruling National Party.
Letter carrier Tyson Jerome Barnette was killed while making late deliveries--an all-too-common routine for postal workers.
Students showed their solidarity with AFSCME Local 3299 workers during a one-day strike at the University of California.
Palestinian activists have united to oppose Israel's plans to dislocate Bedouin Arabs and build Jewish-only settlements instead.
We had a "Strikesgiving" win when Whole Foods workers in Chicago won the right to take Thanksgiving off.
A battle over the future of public schools in Portland, Ore., is coming to a head, with a teachers' strike looking more and more likely early next year.
The contradictions of economics and politics under capitalism came into sharp relief at the latest international climate conference.
Business interests and the political elite claim to be appalled by Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, but he served their interests for years.
Government agencies and private corporations are increasingly using technology to spy on individuals and their activities.
Dan Snyder's contempt for Native Americans and their feelings about his team's name emanates every time he opens his mouth.
Lawrence and Memorial Hospital bosses have locked out nurses and health care technicians after they held a four-day strike.
Across the country, millions of low-wage workers face fear and anxiety over their scramble to make ends meet--but a resistance is growing.
A veteran at the Boeing plant in Everett, Wash., explains how rank-and-file IAM members defeated a takeaway contract.
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