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FBI agent admits: no case vs. Cuban 5

There was no evidence the Cuban Five posed a threat to the U.S., the lead FBI investigator in the case has admitted.

'Storm Signals'

Upon leaving Grenada after a visit during the U.S. invasion and occupation in October 1983, then-Secretary of State George Schultz looked out of his official jet at the lush greenery below and proclaimed, “What a lovely piece of real estate!”


Anderson and Amistad. Confused about class? Baseball and politics. ‘Taxation without representation.’



On the weekend of March 18-20, almost 800 communities in all 50 states had some type of action to bring the troops home from Iraq and end the U.S. occupation there.



Justice for Captain Yee / Save Hubble!


USWA and PACE forge ‘strategic alliance” / Monument to honor Black labor history / Mushroom workers win 17-year struggle / Killer fumes from microwave popcorn / Scaffolding failures add to death toll



A racist plot to steal the election? / Roots of corporate crime

Labor knocks on voters doors

BAL HARBOUR, Fla. – America’s workplaces and working class neighborhoods are the front lines of the 2004 battle to rid this country of what many describe as the most anti-worker president anyone can remember, according to labor leaders gathered at the March 9-11 meeting of the AFL-CIO Executive Council here.

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