A viral video of a soccer field confrontation has revealed the growing resentment and resistance to gentrification in San Francisco.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are trying to push through an outrageous attack on the free speech rights of prisoners and their supporters.
Only one candidate has stood out from the grey blur of Democrats running for mayor of Oakland: civil rights attorney Dan Siegel.
A socialist in France is among those facing charges for defying the government's ban on pro-Palestine protests this summer.
Days after vowing to hand over new powers to Scotland, British political leaders were debating which powers to take away.
Each fall, we see thousands if not millions of new "Indian" faces--in the racist costumes being sold for Halloween.
Elizabeth Warren's speeches may sound good, but her main role is to put a populist façade on a party that stands for preserving corporate power.
The Leninist project still involves an attempt to build a centralized revolutionary party based on the most advanced workers.
National Nurses United is fighting to protect front-line health care workers against a system that isn't prepared for Ebola.
Dozens of fans organized for a St. Louis Rams game to bring #FergusonOctober and police violence to a primetime audience.
A pamphlet on the left-wing Chilean folk singer killed during the 1973 military coup will tell his story to a new generation.
Socialists try to strengthen every struggle they're involved in--while building organization that gathers others around the cause of socialism.
What we know about the Ebola outbreak in Texas should frighten us about the problems of the U.S. health care system.
A new collection of essays by Kim Moody is explicitly written for socialists organizing in or around the labor movement.
Pride brings to life the 1984 Welsh miners' strike and the solidarity from gays and lesbians that forever changed them all.
Bill de Blasio passed a law guaranteeing paid sick days to much fanfare--but businesses that violate it get off easy.
Israel's 51-day assault imposed a terrible toll on the people of Gaza--and the apartheid state is seeking to continue the pressure.
The state-run school board in Philadelphia has torn up its contract with the teachers' union and imposed takeaways.
Teachers in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, approved a new contract that makes progress on some issues, despite concessions on others.
A Syrian revolutionary argues that the fates of the Kurdish national struggle and the Syrian revolution are linked together.
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