It's been two years since Zuccotti Park was briefly the center of the Universe. Occupy Wall Street has since become a massive worldwide struggle against the abuses of finance capitalism and the lack of accountability of governments to their people.To celebrate the anniversary of a squatters' camp th ... More >>
So you might have been following CISPA, and might be aware of the SOPA/PIPA shitshow that took place in Congress earlier this year, but do you know about ACTA -- the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement? If not, don't sweat: We'll gladly get you up to speed. That's what we're here for! So what is ... More >>
A top U.N. human rights expert got into a heated disagreement with the leader of the World Trade Organization on Friday, calling WTO-backed food policies "outdated" and a "lose-lose" for the world's poor, the Associated Press reports.
Some of the nastiest union battles erupt with employers whose hearts beat firmly on the left side of the political spectrum. Partly this is the result of hurt feelings: How could my workers be so distrustful? Another accelerant is the assumption that well-meaning bosses know best, a perceptio ... More >>
What would comprehensive immigration reform look like if the feds got off their duffs?
Workin' for the man
From Bluff magazine to court, James Giordano was wired for success until Queens prosecutors captured him in their web
In another big step forward for food safety and international diplomacy, a Tyson meatpacking facility has been banned from shipping beef to Japan after Japanese authorities discovered bovine spinal columns in 732 boxes shipped from the Nebraska plant. Although Tyson claimed the delivery was the resu ... More >>
We all love our rough cops
And more than the fiscal health of an American city hangs in the balance
The American empire goes for brokeand it could be heading that way
How could you turn this into a laundry room! Oh, don't! That's terrible!
Sundance docs: Board youth, iMacs, Big Macs and big mouthswho in Tarnation is next
A New Hampshire Mill Town's Primary Concern: What Else but the Economy?
Steel Tariff Provokes Brits to Focus on Key U.S. States
FTAA: Big Capital Brings Its Dark Circus to Miami
Advocates Warn of Thirst and Turmoil for a Parched Planet
Free Traders and Fair Traders in Stalemate as CEOs Converge on New York
On Eve of First WTO Meeting Since Seattle, Bush Pushes for 'Fast Track' While Activists Prepare to Agitate
Activists Weigh the Cost of Confrontation
Two Views of Democracy Battle in Quebec City
Toking on Free Trade, Rich Americans Party On
Next Stop, Quebec: A Sweeping Trade Pact, Shrouded in Secrecy, Draws Protesters From North and South
The Zapatistas Hit the Road on a March for Indigenous Rights
Otherkin Come Out of the Closet
Documenting Seattle's Festive Resistance
Bipartisan Dismal Choices
As World Leaders Plot the UNs Future, Activists Warn of Increasing Corporate Influence on Its Agendas
From Africa to Australia to America, Activists Raise a Ruckus Around the World
Feminists Trade Strategies for a Woman-Friendly World Economy
Jubilee 2000 Provides a Missing Link to the WTO Saga
Protestors rally to oppose the world trade organization.
The Great Liberal Hope from Wall Street
New Mexican appointee in Washington tied to paramilitary massacre