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  • Empire and the Middle East in the age of Trump

    One of the left's leading experts on the Middle East looks at new developments--and at what has changed for the U.S. and what hasn't under Trump.

  • Trump's calculated provocation

    Palestinians and their allies in the fight for self-determination are protesting Trump's provocative declaration about Jerusalem.

  • Tax the rich, not the sick

    The Republican tax-cut heist isn't going unopposed, as protests spread from the nation's capital to cities around the country.

  • Renters crash a landlords' party in Seattle

    Activists organizing around tenants' rights and homelessness came together to make sure that Seattle landlords felt the heat.

  • Who is for a neutral internet?

    The demand to maintain net neutrality, while positive, is limited, because the internet as it exists is fundamentally not neutral.

December 8, 2017

  • Back to the 19th century at UPS

    The holiday season means big profits for UPS--and grueling working conditions for employees, including a 70-hour workweek for drivers.

  • What's behind the slavery horror in Libya?

    Horrifying reports about the sale of captured Black African migrants in Libyan slave auctions have sparked international outrage.

December 7, 2017

  • The clock is ticking for DACA recipients

    Trump's cruel decision to phase out DACA by March is causing chaos for undocumented youth--and bringing important movement debates to a head.

  • Left with tiny scraps of land

    A British socialist writes about what he saw in the West Bank during a trip organized to forge solidarity between communities.

  • Melbourne tells Milo: Get out!

    Hundreds of anti-racist protesters defied police to demonstrate against right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos in Australia.

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