Violating Venezuelan sovereignty, the U.S. rulers — with bipartisan support and backing from their allies in Europe, Canada and some Latin American countries — are making progress in pressing for the collapse of the government headed by Venezuelan President Nicolás…
Prisoners held days with no heat, light, hot water
NEW YORK — Hundreds of demonstrators rallied outside the federal Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, chanting, “Move them out!” as prisoners pounded on cell windows Feb. 1-3. They were protesting the loss of heat and light inside the prison in…
The minute the 2018 midterm elections wound down, the 2020 presidential election campaign — as well as contests for state and city offices in 2019 — got going full speed. As one Democratic aspirant after another throws their hat in…
RICHFIELD SPRINGS, N.Y. — Peter Hula stepped outside to talk when Seth Galinsky, Socialist Workers Party candidate for New York City Public Advocate, and a campaign supporter knocked on his door Feb. 2 at his dairy farm near here. The…
Negotiations in Washington between senior officials of the U.S. and Chinese governments over the tariff duel between the two ruling classes ended inconclusively Jan. 31. Two days before the talks U.S. authorities indicted Chinese tech giant Huawei over corporate espionage…
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- $9,000 pledged so far as readers respond to ‘Militant’ fund appeal
- Join Cuba May Day Brigade, see the revolution for yourself!
- Protesters demand dignity, rights for Australian Aborigines
- What are lessons for workers from the LA teachers strike?
Cuban gov’t, mass organizations lead recovery work
BY JONATHAN SILBERMAN MARTÍN KOPPEL AND RÓGER CALERO HAVANA —After a tornado ripped through the Cuban capital Jan. 27, wreaking serious damage in several of the poorest working-class neighborhoods here, the government, mass organizations and working people across the city…
Revolution, counterrevolution and war in Iran: Social and political roots of workers’ protests that swept 90 cities and small towns
Militant Supplement on Iran
Militant Supplement on Korea
Cuba and Chernobyl
This Cuban documentary produced in 2006 tells the story of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in Ukraine and Cuba’s exemplary internationalist medical program that treated more than 25,000 victims.