Today on the WSWS
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All the major parties have hailed the results of the first round of the French presidential election.
The provocatively-timed US test again underscores where the real risk of nuclear war resides—in Washington.
Moon Jae-in of the DPK has sought to prove his pro-US credentials by calling for an additional military buildup.
Labour's preoccupation is satisfying the concerns expressed by the majority of Britain’s bourgeoisie, which supported Remain and whose interests are tied to the EU.
Founded in 2013 as an anti-Euro party, the AfD has completed its transformation into a far-right, ethno-nationalist organisation.
Many retired miners threatened with the loss of health insurance have debilitating diseases such as black lung and emphysema but are too young to qualify for Medicare.
Six Flint residents were arrested for exercising their freedom of speech at last week’s public “Town Hall” meeting.
Hundreds of Flint residents marched to City Hall Tuesday to protest the failure of federal, state and local officials to address the disaster they all had a hand in creating.
Behind funding deadline theatrics, Democrats back Trump’s war on immigrants, increased military spending
Charles Schumer, the top Senate Democrat, attacked the plan for a border wall while declaring that a combination of border policing and new technology, including drones, would be “a much more effective way to secure the border.”
Financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald will reportedly pay the former president $400,000 to speak at a health care conference in September.
An overwhelming 96.3 percent of the 6,310 members of the WGA who cast ballots voted to authorize a strike against film and TV producers.
Dozens of scientists, students, workers and other supporters of science spoke with Socialist Equality Party supporters during marches on April 22.
A recent study shows the growing gap between life expectancies for the rich and poor is 12.7 years difference on average.
While the army, the Church and the PP call on the victims of fascism to forget and move on, they secretly glorify and pay homage to the fascist coup plotters.
The gathering issued a full-throated defence of American imperialism and explicitly denounced any fight to build an anti-war movement of the working class.
Workers voted to strike after Restaurant Brands refused a pay rise of 10 cents an hour above the minimum wage each year, for three years
The entire US Senate will go to the White House today to be briefed by military officials on preparations for a possible military strike against North Korea.
The IYSSE and SEP distributed thousands of copies of "The Defence of Historical Truth and the Fight against the Alternative for Germany (AfD)" in Cologne during demonstrations against the AfD’s party conference.
The frame-up of the Maruti Suzuki workers—Part 4: The police and company conspire against the workers
Police colluded with Maruti Suzuki, fabricated evidence, and systematically failed to carry out basic forensic tests as part of a bogus investigation aimed at framing up militant workers who challenged sweatshop conditions.
This is an edited version of a lecture delivered live on April 22, 2017 by Joseph Kishore, national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party (US). The audio and slides for the lecture are embedded in the text. To register for the lecture series, visit wsws.org/1917.