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Ukraine itself burns in wake of airliner shoot-down

People with their own agendas push their versions of who is to blame, there is a shooting war between military forces and local militias, and half a million refugees have...

Cities becoming major actors in global trade

Are there the new possibilities for grassroots international labor, peace, immigration and environmental cooperation and solidarity in a city-to-city relationship?

Workers and lawmakers team up to force fair scheduling at Walmart

Walmart workers were on Capitol Hill telling lawmakers how the giant retailer's scheduling practices make it impossible for most of them to lead anything approaching a normal life.

Cuba's "Operation Miracle" celebrated throughout Latin America

The U.S. public knows almost nothing about this internationalized project involving the restoration of vision for enormous numbers of people.

Changing the balance of power between Capital and Labor

The private appropriation of socially produced wealth is capitalism's central mechanism.

Today in labor history: Lincoln tells advisors about Emancipation Proclamation

In the wake of the Emancipation Proclamation victory came a great momentum that led to the Union's war victory, 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments and Reconstruction.