Two of Labour’s newly elected MPs discuss the stunning general election results and the prospects of a Corbyn government.
The new Tupac biopic All Eyez on Me does an injustice to the politics and contradictions that drove him.
The 1949 Peekskill Riots remind us of a period of postwar rebellion and reaction that set the stage for the rest of the century.
Antisemitism was found across the political divide in Russia’s year of revolution.
Britain has a new government. What does it mean for Corbyn’s path to power?
The future of left politics is not with the affluent voters Jon Ossoff thought he could win over.
Donald Trump might not know it, but the United States didn't build the Panama Canal. Workers did.
The Grenfell Tower fire exposed the class violence embedded in London's rich, gentrifying neighborhoods.
A lot has changed since Jeremy Corbyn won leadership of the Labour Party two years ago. His vision hasn't.
Pittsburgh's much-touted revival has remade the region for the wealthy while leaving workers and the poor behind.
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The Bolivarian Revolution went too far for capitalism but not far enough for socialism.
I don't care if he didn't actually win — he won. Jeremy Corbyn has given us a blueprint to follow for years to come.
Today’s horrific fire in London's Grenfell Tower is a symbol of a deeply unequal United Kingdom.
Trump’s stance on Cuba will do untold harm to the Cuban people and only strengthen anti-democratic forces on the island.
Today's reactionaries don't seem to be interested in a new world war, but in a clash between North and South, rich and poor.
Our friends at the Washington Post are waging a brave campaign against Medicare for All.
German workers fighting for a fair contract with Amazon could transform the service sector on a global scale.