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A powerful array of institutional/oligarchic interests is behind the rabid demonization of all things Workers’ Party.
Which presidential candidate will be the more effective evil remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: no matter who is elected, U.S. voter...
The Somali people didn't create Al Shabab - the U.N. did by starting a war that is still raging today.
Clinton may have problems mobilizing the very voter constituencies that made the big difference in giving Obama one more chance in 2012.
The United States is inured to violence.
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A veteran Occupy Wall Street activist talks to teleSUR about the impact the 2011 movement had on social protest in the U.S.
TeleSUR spoke to Benny Wenda, an exiled West Papuan leader who explained his people’s ongoing struggle for independence against Indonesia and...
The human rights movement did more than split the left. Pitched as a pro-human cause, it appealed to people of any political allegiance including t...
teleSUR spoke with the lawyer coordinating legal advice and representation for protesters at the North Dakota camps.
"We live in a world now where the wealthiest 62 people have as much wealth as the poorest 3.6 billion — half the planet!," said the...