An agreement with the Justice Department will place restrictions on Cleveland police--but will it have any affect in reining in their toxic violence?
Revolutionaries inside SYRIZA make the case for a strategy to escape the downward spiral of negotiations with the lenders.
A Mexican revolutionary explains how neoliberalism is reshaping the Mexican state--and the resistance it has produced.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to preserve public housing looks a lot like his predecessor Michael Bloomberg's.
Activism won a stay of execution for Texas death row prisoner Rodney Reed--and now he must be freed from death row.
Several revolutionary activists in Egypt have been taken into custody as they await the outcome of a May 31 court appeal.
During the Spanish Revolution, there were different interpretations of revolutionary syndicalism within the CNT
Two SocialistWorker.org contributors look at what's at stake in the left's discussion of Bernie Sanders' Democratic Party presidential campaign.
The proposed reforms to NSA spying programs are essentially cosmetic changes to an out-of-control surveillance system.
Thousands of people will march to demand the release of the longest-serving Puerto Rican political prisoner in U.S. history.
Recent protests in Okinawa represent the latest stage of the struggle against the overwhelming U.S. military presence.
Student and worker activists at the University of Washington are taking the fight against inequality to the university Regents.
Chris Crass' Towards Collective Liberation contributes to our understanding of where the left has been and where we need to go.
Los socialistas apoyan los sindicatos porque son las organizaciones más elementales de la clase obrera.
Just as the U.S. government was claiming a supposed string of successes, ISIS fighters have conquered an important city in western Iraq.
A Green Party leader contributes to the left debate about Bernie Sanders' campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The NYPD commissioner is claiming young New Yorkers oppose Broken Windows because they're spoiled by low crime rates.
A worker describes the conditions at an Oklahoma City printing plant where an employee was crushed to death.
The difficulties facing Venezuela's left-wing government under Nicolás Maduro extend back to the rule of Hugo Chávez.
Connecticut authorities overreacted to a small nonviolent protest at a synagogue, and now the activists need support.
Socialism 2015 | Chicago | July 2-5
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