Sisi is whipping up homophobia and targeting gay people to distract his base from rising unemployment and inflation.
The Second Amendment isn't the only problem — it's our whole premodern Constitution.
The existing distribution of wealth creates a predicament for reparations proposals.
The Communist Party’s 1930s popular front strategy weakened the labor movement and empowered the Democratic Party.
Unions are the best vehicle to halt workplace harassment. But the Weinstein revelations show the Screen Actors Guild has failed its membership.
Trump's moves to “sabotage” Obamacare are hardly a death blow for the health law.
What's behind the recent rise in wages for undocumented workers? It could be immigrants' rights activism.
Rich people pretend to be self-made, but inheritance played a huge role for many.
Die Linke’s electoral result shows what the party must do to really contend for power.
There's little in the Weinstein story that doesn't apply to Bill Clinton.
Eighty years ago, the Flint Sit-Down Strike showed the power of a determined rank and file and a class-conscious leadership.
In an oppressive workplace, everyone has good reason to think speaking out is someone else's job.