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The crooked math that's going to crash American law enforcement if policies aren't changed.

There’s never been a better time to organize a general strike in the U.S. than right now, with both corporate owners and political leaders pillaging public resources for their own private gain.

Behind the words of central bankers, finance ministers and other technocrats, we're able to see countries collapse, governments overthrown, populations impoverished, societies destroyed, fascism and racism explode, and people rebel.

He's friends with Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel, a best-selling author, and has a wife who cooks excellent meatball soup. Romania is ready for its Transylvanian president with German flare and know-how.

It’s no exaggeration to say that the School of the Americas has painted an entire region in blood.

Posted 5 days 8 hours ago

We are continuing where the freedom fighters of the Civil Rights Movement left off – we are a new generation of young multi­racial activists willing to take up the torch and we’re not going to stand for this anymore.

Posted 5 days 7 hours ago

Over 700 foreclosures were conducted against active-duty service members by Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup.

Posted 6 days 7 hours ago

The anger and frustration at a discriminatory system is palpable – now, can the anti-police brutality movement go beyond rhetoric and offer concrete ideas for new policies and legislation?

Posted 5 days 7 hours ago

An anti-refugee wave has swept across Berlin as the December opening of six refugee container settlements nears – with one in 10 Germans now supporting National Socialism.

Posted 5 days 8 hours ago

Now rolling into to its fourth month, the video game consumer movement known as #GamerGate continues to evolve in scope and focus as it seeks to advocate for greater ethical standards in gaming journalism.

What makes Enyia’s ideas about governing revolutionary is that they're policies which hardwire economic justice and sustainability into the institutions themselves.

Warren's rousing speech, condemning both Congress and one of the prime banks that has corrupted it, came late Friday night as legislators struggled to pass legislation to prevent a government shutdown.

The anger and frustration at a discriminatory system is palpable – now, can the anti-police brutality movement go beyond rhetoric and offer concrete ideas for new policies and legislation?

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders released an the document last week, detailing 12 reforms to help make the economy work for working people once more.