Why 96 percent of Italian voters rejected their government’s push for water privatization.
There are better—and more fair—budget ideas out there. Why aren’t they being heeded?
It's happening: The movement to rebuild the dream means owning our stories about how it went wrong—and finding our own ways to make it right.
Jim Gilliam: Why the Internet is my religion.
How is it that our nation is awash in money, but too broke to provide jobs and services? David Korten introduces a landmark new report, “How to Liberate America from Wall Street Rule.”
During Los Angeles’ freeway–free weekend, little went quite as expected.
As Egyptians continue their struggle for social justice and full democracy, there's one institution they don't want involved: the International Monetary Fund.
“We can no longer endure this reckless abuse of our rights, and our lives.” Appalachians appeal for help in the fight against mountaintop removal coal mining.
At the second March on Blair Mountain, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. tells the story of America’s long struggle against unchecked corporate power.
Great moments in “laughtivism” from Yes Men Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, the guys who duped the BBC, embarrassed Dow Chemical, and mocked Halliburton.
Over and over, the regulations that the Chamber of Commerce says will be catastrophic have become the basic safeguards we take for granted.
Instead of prison, New Zealand chooses restorative justice and community problem-solving.
Localized, humanized information: How regional policy centers can drive change.
The Greek parliament has passed a five-year austerity plan that will cut jobs, wages, and services. But Greek citizens are no longer “sleeping.”
Deep change is possible, but only when a politically aware citizenry demands it.