New Orleans Activists Clash With Sheriff Over Jail Expansion

Beyond Prisons: Instead Of Calling The Cops

How Supporters of the Green New Deal Are Showing Up for Workers

Bloomberg’s Press Cheerleaders Are Ignoring and Downplaying His Scandals

It's Our Choice: Medicare for All, or Endless War?

Could California’s Public Banks Finance a Statewide Green New Deal?

Families living in tree huts as New Zealand housing crisis bites

National Climate Strike in San Ramon : Indybay


National Climate Strikes in Mill Valley : Indybay


What Other Unions Can Learn from the Historic Gains We Won in the Chicago Teachers Strike


Eviction of Housing Justice Village in Oakland : Indybay

National Climate Strike & March for Green New Deal (San Francisco) : Indybay

3 Men Wrongfully Jailed for 36 Years Walk Free from Prison in Baltimore

Michael Bloomberg’s Right-Wing Views on Foreign Policy Make Him a Perfect Candidate for the Republican Nomination

Winning Medicare for All Will Require Taking On Powerful Interests. Here’s How We Overcame One.

Corporate Media Ignore Historic Inequality in Reports of "Strong Economy"

Trump Administration Considered Jailing Migrants Near Toxic Military Dump

Labor Law Doesn’t Apply If You’re in Prison

March For Housing Now — Our City, Not Scarcity! : Indybay

Southern Workers Unite Around Medicare for All: “A Tremendous Liberation From Your Boss”

The Wales striker with more criminal convictions than caps

McDonald's Workers in Detroit Are on Strike for Workplace Democracy


The Chicago Teachers Strike Was a Lesson in 21st-Century Organizing


Two wounded in New Jersey shooting at high school football game

Arkansas Teachers Went On Strike. Here Are the Corporate School Privatizers They’re Up Against.


The Strike at McDonald’s Is About More Than Fighting Abuse—It’s About Workplace Democracy


Biden, Buttigieg and Harris Rewarded by Industry for Waffling on Medicare for All

Pot or Not? Busts Highlight Growing Confusion Over Hemp

Cheerios Picket Line Averted: After Strike Threat, General Mills Workers Win Tentative Agreement


Billionaires Keep Benefiting From a Tax Break to Help the Poor. Now, Congress Wants to Investigate. — ProPublica

33 policies for tax equality

How big tech is dragging us towards the next financial crash

Who Owns Silicon Valley?

Medical Care for Trans Women in Illinois Prisons Is Cruel and Unusual Punishment

Sanctions Are Economic Warfare

The Climate Strikers Walked Out of School. Next, Let’s Walk Off the Job.


Eugene Debs: The Mission of Socialism is Wide as the World

Nurses Lead Protest at Pelosi's Office After She Says "Not a Big Fan of Medicare For All" : Indybay

Large-Scale Rally by National Nurses United in Support of Medicare for All : Indybay

Santa Rita Strike Grows and Continues Into Third Day : Indybay

US Economic Policy: What’s in Store for the 99% : Indybay

With the Help of Teachers Unions, the Climate Strikes Could Be Moving Into Phase 2


Ford autoworkers denounce tentative deal as corruption scandal engulfs UAW leadership

Chile: 1 Million Protest Extreme Inequality in Latin America’s Richest Country

Outrage After Nancy Pelosi Says she is "Not a Big Fan of Medicare for All" : Indybay

Medicare4All: Rally & March in San Francisco : Indybay

To Stop the Next Financial Crisis, We Need Public Ownership of Banks—Now

Over the Last Week, At Least 85,000 Workers Were Out on 13 Different Strikes


Here's How the US Could Afford "Medicare for All"

Chicago’s Citywide Strike Just Spread to Charter School Teachers


First Fast Food Workers Union in US Prepares to Strike


Lebanon’s ‘October Revolution’ must go on!

The Federal Reserve Was Set Up to Provide Capital to Largest Wall Street Banks

Will GM Workers Stay Out On Strike In Hopes of a Better Deal?


NYC Council Votes to Build More Jails, Continue Mass Incarceration

More than 30,000 teachers and staff strike in Chicago, Illinois

Two Deaths in Two Days at Santa Cruz Main Jail : Indybay

How to Resolve the Chicago Teachers Strike? Tax the Rich.


What’s at Stake in Chicago Teachers’ Strike: Whether Unions Can Bargain for the Entire Working Class


California Governor vetoes $2 billion affordable housing bill

Why the Argument that Medicare for All Will Curtail “Freedom” Is So, So Wrong

Opioid Crisis Cost $631 Billion to U.S. Economy Over 4 Years, Study Says

Joe Biden, in Stumbling Debate Performance, Claims Credit for Elizabeth Warren’s Signature Achievement

Why the Argument that Medicare for All Will Curtail “Freedom” Is So, So Wrong

Chicago Teachers Won Public Support for Their Strike. Here’s How.


Mike Elk on GM Strike, Trinity Tran on Public Banking


California Lawmakers Passed a Bill Banning Private Prisons

Ecuadorians Protest Neo-liberal Austerity And Win

The coming Chicago teachers strike could be felt across the country


Ecuadorian Government Withdraws IMF Decree After 11 Days of Protests and State Repression

Ecuador: Gov’t To Drop IMF-Decree, Deal Reached Strike Over

What’s at Stake in Chicago Teachers’ Strike: Whether Unions Can Bargain for the Entire Working Class


‘The Public Is Clearly on the Side of Net Neutrality’

IRS Audits Poor People Far More Often Than the Wealthy


IRS-Funded Review Confirms TurboTax Hid Free Filing From Search Engines, but Says There’s No Need for Major Changes — ProPublica

“On Strike, shut it down!” November 1968 - March 1969 On 50th Ann Of SF State Strike : Indybay


Union Members Strike at Janus of Santa Cruz : Indybay


GM Strike Continues for Fourth Week Despite Hardship for Autoworkers