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Teamster members voted down a tentative contract agreement at UPS — but the Hoffa administration wants to ram it through anyway. [Read More]
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Hotel workers in eight cities are following the example of Chicago in taking to the picket lines for a living wage and better conditions. [Read More]
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Students are outraged about Mitchell Langert's celebration of sexual assault — and they want their college to hold him accountable. [Read More]
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Teachers and other public workers rallied at the Kentucky state Capitol to defend their pensions from an assault by state officials. [Read More]
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Why does Karl Marx's idea of the self-emancipation of the working class matter for socialists organizing today? [Read More]
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The Trump administration is opening up a new front in its anti-immigrant campaign, this time taking aim at visa holders and visa seekers. [Read More]
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If creeps like Donald Trump got nervous about out protests against Brett Kavanaugh, we know we're doing the right thing. [Read More]
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Bay Area students turned out to defend a Planned Parenthood clinic and outnumbered the bigots on the first day of "40 Days for Life." [Read More]
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Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed to the Supreme Court — and how we respond will make the difference in whether we can defend our rights. [Read More]
For the first time in more than 50 years, a Chicago cop has been found guilty of murder while on duty — thanks to a... [Read More]
The rolling red tide of teacher actions, mobilizations and strikes across the country has reached Alaska. [Read More]
In "celebration" of Columbus Day, we reprint an article that details how the holiday revels in the crimes of colonial violence. [Read More]
Regardless of whether Brett Kavanaugh is approved, there's a new movement against sexual assault that we must build upon. [Read More]
Workers have victories at more than 80 percent of the Chicago hotels where they went on strike — and the union is preparing to win... [Read More]
Seattle teachers are showing their solidarity with sexual assault survivors with a resolution opposing Brett Kavanaugh's nomination. [Read More]
The bitter opposition to Trump and his Supreme Court nominee will reach a new stage today with protests and walkouts from jobs and classes. [Read More]
A new right-wing populist party took power in Quebec's elections, but a radical left one also emerged as an undisputed political force. [Read More]
The racist immigration agency's "enforcement surge" across the state caused widespread panic and showed why it must be abolished. [Read More]
Ohio's Issue 1 is a step toward reforms that would aid victims of the "war on drugs" — which is why so many politicians oppose... [Read More]
Christine Blasey Ford has bravely agreed to testify about being assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh. We have to organize so she doesn't stand alone. [Read More]
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