Corporations Causing Climate Change Should Be Taken Over

The richest 1% own the two major parties. It's time working people had one of our own. That's why I'm running for Governor. My name is Howie Hawkins. I'm a working Teamster and my running [...]

World VS Bank: Break Wall Street Exploitation Of Global Community

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On October 10th, join arms with us in a global stand for our future. We will turn our furious love on the World Bank; that critical link in the chain between Wall Street and the “developing [...]

Ban Weaponized Drones: International Day of Action on October 4th

By Elsa Rassbach, -

More than 40 actions will take place in several countries. Founded at an international meeting in Berlin in December, Global Action Day is working together with the USNetwork to Stop Drone [...]

Breaking: De Blasio Signs Executive Order For Higher Wage

By Shantel Walker, -

Nearly two years ago, 200 fast-food workers in New York City walked off our jobs, calling for $15 and union rights. Our demand may have sounded crazy at the time, but more and more, $15 is [...]

Groups Condemn Federal Ruling On Cove Point LNG Export Facility

By Kelly Trout, -

Environmental and community groups are bitterly denouncing today’s decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to approve permits for the controversial liquefied natural gas (LNG) [...]

With Climate March Behind Us, Now What Do We Do?

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

Brave resistance actions of all types are necessary to stop the march toward greater extraction and burning of fossil fuels. If they build it, it will be used and we must keep carbon in the [...]

Demonstrators Denounce Civilian Deaths In Syria, Airstrikes Continue

By Liz Fields, -

Coalition warplanes launched a fresh wave of airstrikes against Islamic State targets across Syria on Saturday, despite demonstrations in the town of al Atareb condemning the US-led assault, [...]

Syrian Civil Society Reacts To Coalition Bombings

By Dan Wilkofsky, -

“There are a multitude of opinions and analyses around these attacks. The attackers say that they are targeting terrorism, represented by the Islamic State, but when everyone sees how the [...]

‘Justice For Colton Crowshoe’

By WC Native News, -

The family of Colton Crowshoe gathered for a peaceful walk in downtown Calgary on Saturday to bring attention to ongoing issues between Canada’s First Nations youth and police. In July, the [...]

West Virginia To Frack Beneath Ohio River

By Emily Atkin, -

Nine citizen and environmental groups are urging West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to reconsider his plans to let companies drill for oil and natural gas underneath the Ohio River, citing [...]

Nebraskans Raise Their Voices in Fight Against Keystone XL Pipeline

By Mitch Smith, -

From the edge of a rye field teeming with grasshoppers, Willie Nelson and Neil Young sang on Saturday in opposition to the proposed Keystone XL project, warning through lyrics that a “company [...]

How Copyright Law Is Hurting Culture

By Mike Masnick, -

As you may have heard, there's a new movie opening today about a transformative year in Jimi Hendrix's life, called Jimi: All Is By My Side. The story sounds pretty interesting, but there's one [...]

My Night In Jail With Flood Wall Street

By John Tarleton, -

“What is overwhelming about the climate challenge is that it requires breaking so many rules at once.” – Naomi Klein Early Monday evening I sat down in the street at the intersection of [...]

Fake Terror Threat Used To Justify Bombing Syria

By Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain, -

As the Obama Administration prepared to bomb Syria without congressional or U.N. authorization, it faced two problems. The first was the difficulty of sustaining public support for a new [...]

The Umbrella Revolution

By Vivienne Chow, -

From Through tear gas and the sweltering sun, umbrellas have been an indispensable tool for Occupy Central protesters in the streets — becoming a new symbol of protest for [...]