The Left has raised questions about how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will conduct herself in office. By attending a protest in Nancy Pelosi’s office and coming out strong against Amazon in New York City, she’s off to a strong start.
A new collection of the late critic Mark Fisher’s essays imparts three vital lessons: society exists, capitalism is not forever, and the Left must fight to win.
Silicon Valley's boosters say it's an innovative, meritocratic wonderland that rewards brilliant visionaries and just might save the world. That's nonsense.
From Vienna to Chile, the success of social housing for the working and middle classes shows how beautiful homes can coexist with urban housing for all.
Fifty years since the Tlatelolco massacre of 1968, Mexican students again face repression and violence. Today they draw inspiration from that past, in the name of building another future.
Governments want us to respect World War I veterans in an apolitical way. But we should not forget the thousands of veterans who returned home to fight for their rights.
Video games can and should be full of interesting politics. So why aren't they?
Medicare for All threatens top Democratic donors' interests, so Democrats offer the public option as a watered-down compromise.
Donald Trump is sending thousands of troops to the southern border to confront the migrant caravan. Here, in a joint statement, two antiwar veterans call on US soldiers to defy their commander in chief's deployment order.
Even before Jair Bolsonaro's rise, Latin America's militaries had been regaining power through the court system.
Across Europe, a rising far right is on the offensive against LGBT people.
In the aftermath of his defeat to far-right Jair Bolsonaro in the Brazilian presidential elections, Fernando Haddad looks back to the days of the 1980s Workers Party.