Republicans are still raving against Obamacare--but that doesn't change the fact that the Democrats' health care "reform" is a dismal failure.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio came into office on a wave of progressive hope. After six months, what has he accomplished?
A resistance movement is fighting back in Morocco against corporate development and pillaging of resources.
An activist remembers a trip he took to a West Bank refugee camp one year after Israel's Operation Cast Lead.
Why would a Manhattan building with a separate, rear entrance for low-income people--a "poor door"--receive city subsidies?
A new plan punishes public-housing residents by raising rents as an incentive to work--whether or not there are jobs available.
Israel's onslaught against Gaza has been met in the West Bank by some of the largest and most militant protests in more than a decade.
Activists are mobilizing across the Southwest to confront anti-immigrant groups and counter their message of hate.
A now-imprisoned member of Egypt's Revolutionary Socialists talks about the challenges facing the Egyptian left.
It's important to take stock of the growing digital workforce and what it means for Marxist theory and socialist practice.
Mark Naison's Badass Teachers Unite! provides a full-throated defense of public education--and a vision to change it.
Labor for Palestine is calling on unions in the U.S. to speak out against Israel's war on Gaza and the U.S. support for Israel.
Those who support Palestinian self-determination must challenge Israel's justifications for war--and that means setting the record straight about Hamas.
Since the Supreme Court's ruling against buffer zones, reproductive rights activists are debating how to stop the right.
The double standards of the U.S. and its allies are a prime factor in the suffering of people of all religions in the Middle East.
According to the government of Narendra Modi, maintaining a relationship with Israel is worth a few wounded Indian protesters.
La "frontera segura" significará más sufrimiento, no sólo para los inmigrantes, sino para todos los trabajadores.
The First World War, which began 100 years ago, proved to be a decisive turning point for humankind--and for its socialist movement.
The slaughter being carried out in Gaza by the Israeli military is connected to the counterrevolution sweeping the Arab world.
The state of Texas has set an execution date for an innocent man, but Rodney Reed's family and supporters are on the march.
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