National

  • Why is "unity" at the expense of choice?

    It’s a good sign that Bernie Sanders is under fire for his speaking event to campaign for an anti-choice Democrat in Nebraska.

  • Tom Cat workers fight for dignity

    New York City bakery employees facing unjust termination based on immigration status took a courageous stand for all of us.

  • Ready for May Day in San Francisco

    A recent panel discussion in San Francisco connected the fight for immigrant and labor rights with socialist organizing.

  • What's driving Trump's immigrant-bashing?

    Trump is offering U.S. employers a deal: Tolerate my anti-immigrant onslaught and I'll deliver higher profits and a reassertion of U.S. imperial power.

  • Scientists turn up the heat on Trump

    Massive crowds turned out for Marches for Science around the U.S. to send a message: "The oceans are rising, and so are we."

  • The far right goes on a rampage in Berkeley

    This mobilization shows the physical threat that the racists represent--and the need to organize large numbers to oppose them.

  • How activists are confronting ICE's terror

    Fear is flooding through communities as Trump's war on immigrants intensifies, but activists are working on initiatives to defend the vulnerable.

  • Tufts nurses are ready to fight

    Nurses at Tufts Medical Center in Boston are sending a message to management to stop stalling on contract talks.

  • ICE grabs another victim in Maine

    A 28-year-old Somali immigrant and U.S. permanent resident was arrested by ICE agents in the middle of a court hearing.

  • A government swindle on student debt

    The government is trying to retroactively disqualify former students from a program that would forgive part of their loan debt.

  • Sessions' green light to police violence

    The order by Trump's attorney general to review all federal oversight of local police departments is a chilling endorsement of police impunity.

  • We'll stand together on May Day

    The executive director of Voces de la Frontera explains why taking on Trump's anti-immigrant agenda will require solidarity with labor and other forces.

  • The strike that challenged a giant and won

    On the anniversary of a strike against Verizon, two workers discuss the importance of their victory and the lessons it holds for organizing in the Trump era.

  • Trump takes aim at libraries

    Donald Trump's "America First" budget puts working-class communities last--with drastic cuts to library funding.

  • OSU fights to "Boot the Braids"

    Student activists at Ohio State University are linking arms with farmworkers to demand Wendy's pay fair wages.

  • We'll fight to stop the deportations

    A community forum in Queens brought people together to discuss forming a network to defend immigrants in the neighborhood.

  • Why this scientist is marching

    A scientist and organizer of the April 22 March for Science explains why it's important to march against the Trump agenda.

  • A xenophobe gets a house call

    Dozens of members of Bay Ridge for Social Justice protested outside the home of an anti-immigrant New York State legislator.

  • Washington's cynical use of refugee children

    Donald Trump's hypocrisy--expressing pity for Syrian "babies" while keeping U.S. borders closed to them--isn't unique to the Republicans.

  • Arkansas speeds up its death machine

    The state of Arkansas plans to execute seven people in 11 days--before its execution drugs expire.

  • Parents occupy a school to save it

    The campaign to remove a principal who is waging war on teachers at a progressive New York school hit a new level of militancy.

  • "Freedom" from health care

    Rep. Mark Meadows leads the "Freedom Caucus," which aims to give insurance companies the freedom to gouge us.

  • The resistance will not be branded

    The victim of an unprovoked pepper-spray attack by a Seattle cop woke up to find himself part of a Pepsi-mocking meme gone viral.

  • Hey Rauner, do your job!

    Some 1,500 Illinois state workers and their supporters picketed a fundraiser for Gov. Bruce Rauner to demand that he negotiate.

  • Neil Gorsuch and the original injustice

    Trump's Supreme Court nominee is loyal to a conservative doctrine called "originalism," but there's a deeper problem with the legal system itself.