National

  • The budget disaster in store for our schools

    The Trump budget proposal is filled with atrocities, but Betsy DeVos' plan to wreck the Education Department is especially cruel.

  • Greensboro needs solidarity against the right

    A May Day rally in North Carolina has sparked a debate over whether people need to prove their politics before they can protest.

  • The uses and abuses of anti-Semitism

    Anti-Semitic attacks are rising in the Trump era, but false charges of anti-Semitism are also used to suppress Palestine solidarity.

  • This student was murdered by the alt-right

    Richard Collins would have graduated from college this month if not for a deadly attack that has everything to do with a rising climate of racism.

  • Criminalizing people who need help

    Police in Columbus, Ohio, responded with force, not assistance, in two cases where people were suffering mental-health issues.

  • What will it take to stop the right in Berkeley?

    The right wing has focused its strategy for provocations and mobilizations on Berkeley. We have to respond with a strategy for large mobilizations.

  • AT&T workers take a big step by walking out

    Workers at AT&T Mobility picketed stores across the country during a three-day strike and learned fighting lessons for the future.

  • DePaul has the money to pay

    The scholarship fund for undocumented students is a great idea, but why should it be funded by increased student activities fees?

  • Unifying to resist Trump in Connecticut

    Some 350 people protested Donald Trump's recent commencement speech at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in Connecticut.

  • Trump anoints the duke of vote suppression

    Trump's choice to lead the Commission on Election Integrity, Kris Kobach, has years of experience—concocting and imposing racist voting rules.

  • Can Humpty Trumpty be put together again?

    Donald Trump's presidency unraveled to a spectacular degree in a matter of one week, but what happens next can't be left to official Washington.

  • Parents get rid of the school bully

    In a historic victory for parent and teacher activists, the abusive principal of Central Park East 1 in New York City has been forced out.

  • Will Kentucky become abortion-free?

    The attempt by anti-abortion activists to shut down the only remaining clinic in Kentucky is a dark sign of the right’s confidence.

  • Grand theft workers' wages

    A new report reveals widespread wage theft in the U.S., highlighting one of the many ways companies make profits off workers.

  • ICE knows that we stand with Carimer

    Carimer Andujar, an undocumented student at Rutgers, remains free after hundreds joined a rally outside the ICE office she was summoned to.

  • The far right pollutes Boston Common

    As many as 300 far-right goons rallied in Boston, waving the banner of "free speech" as a cover for spreading their vile message.

  • Pushing back the frackers in New York

    We Are Seneca Lake campaigners won an important victory in their years-long fight against fossil fuel expansion in New York.

  • How we protected Jose when the system didn't

    A determined campaign pressured a North Carolina city to drop charges against a teenager falsely accused of assaulting a police officer.

  • People living in fear can't be left to fight alone

    An activist in the New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City talks about the struggle to stop deportations--including her husband's.

  • The arrogance of the completely corrupt

    The bumbling of the White House during the Comey firing would be laughable if not for the frightening picture it reveals of how the administration operates.

  • Paying for Hanford's toxic legacy

    The emergency at the Hanford Nuclear Site in Washington state underscores why it's called "the most toxic place in America."

  • The Republicans' "repeal and destroy" mission

    Paul Ryan and Donald Trump let an already disastrous health care bill get even worse in order to declare a legislative victory.

  • ICE came for us and the community stood up

    Two migrant labor activists detained by ICE describe how Trump is carrying out a political attack on the leaders of the immigrant struggle.

  • A Texas-sized bigotry bill

    The "sanctuary cities ban" signed into law in Texas seeks to turn police departments and universities into immigration enforcers.

  • Don't deport my husband

    The wife of Otto Morales-Caballeros tells how he was abducted by ICE to be sent back to a country he hasn't seen since he was 16.