The Australian citizen and journalist is charged in the U.S. under the Espionage Act for publishing information, with a potential sentence of 175 years.
The working class is waking up to its own strength.
The Rittenhouse murder trial was a travesty. As are too many trials. What will it take to get accountability?
“States’ rights” are just a cover for bigots everywhere.
FSP urges readers to assist radicals trying to get out of the country.
U.S. feminists should take a page from the militant Mexican women’s movement.
When it comes to elections, Australians are increasingly disengaged and don’t like what they see.
Twenty years after the U.S. and its allies — including Australia — invaded Afghanistan, the venal puppet regime they propped up has collapsed, and the reactionary Islamist Taliban is back in charge.
What’s happening in Washington D.C. isn’t an aberration, it’s how the system works.
Turkey’s hard-right president may think that second-class citizenship is the lot of women and the LGBTQ+ community, but thousands in the streets beg to differ.