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The Virginia Tech University professor responsible for revealing the Flint water crisis to the world speaks about the complicity of government agencies in concealing dangerous levels of lead in public drinking water.
Workers are opposing the attempt by the unions to shut down the Verizon strike and ram through a sellout agreement without discussion or review.
Chinese submarines will be deployed in an effort to prevent Beijing’s nuclear arsenal being wiped out in an American nuclear first strike.
Victims of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki fear they will continue to be ignored following the US president’s trip.
Several leading Tory euro-sceptics made unprecedented attacks on Prime Minister David Cameron over the weekend.
Workers must demand that the CWA and IBEW rescind their back-to-work order and give them sufficient time to study and vote on any agreement before returning to their jobs.
Leading Democrats in California are nervous that Sanders cannot control the social unrest that he is trying to channel into the Democratic Party.
New York area Macy’s workers voted earlier in May to authorize strike action against the company’s demands.
The CPM’s opposition to the India-US basing agreement is a sham and a political trap, aimed at tying the working class to the Indian bourgeoisie, its parties and state.
Rent and housing costs in major cities have skyrocketed since the financial crisis, cutting into workers’ living standards and prompting concerns about a global housing bubble.
With estimates of up to 900 refugees drowning, the past week has been the deadliest so far this year.
WSWS reporters spoke to homeless people in Chicago about their living conditions and the budgetary cuts to critical social programs.
One year into a budget impasse, the state of Illinois is seeing a sharp reduction of social services and safety nets for the most vulnerable layers of the population
This talk was given by WSWS arts editor David Walsh at San Diego State University, University of California Berkeley, and University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in April and May.
In the hands of Spiked, invocations of “free speech” are transformed into a justification for attacking broader democratic rights.
At the Phil.Cologne congress, the Humboldt University professor declared that “men in Germany” were helpless against refugees because they had forgotten how to fight.
This is the first part of a series reviewing the history of the Intermarium, the main basis of which emerged in the period leading up to World War I, as a bourgeois nationalist antipode to the United Socialist States of Europe as proposed by Leon Trotsky.
Workers and young people denounced the billions being squandered on the military and the bipartisan assault on education, healthcare and jobs.
The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit, the German section of the Fourth International, is standing seven candidates in September’s Berlin state elections.
Such levels of inequality are a direct product of the irrationality of the entire capitalist system.