Greece's SYRIZA government is being pushed to choose between capitulation and confrontation--and the party's left wants to draw the line.
The Los Angeles City Council voted on a $15-an-hour minimum wage ordinance, handing the movement its biggest win yet.
Members of the Oakland Education Association are campaigning for a "no" vote on the tentative contract with the district.
A spreading scandal in Albany shows that Republicans and Democrats alike are for sale to New York City's real estate barons.
In supporting marriage equality, Ireland rejected the conservative structures that have shaped the country for centuries.
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Emma Sulkowicz's brave statement against sexual assault on college campuses was met once again with official disinterest and outright hate.
A leader of the SYRIZA's Left Platform argues that the radical left party must choose an alternative to further concessions.
Local elections in late May handed Spain's two largest parties their biggest losses since the 1978 fall of the dictatorship.
A former intern describes the conclusions she reached while working for Sanders by day--and organizing activism by night.
The international governing body of soccer, the world's most popular sport, is being shaken to its core.
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.
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