Today on the WSWS
Updated: 2 hours 26 min ago
More than 15 years after the US invasion, the insurgency against the US puppet government in Kabul is gaining the upper hand.
Steven Stephens died in Erie County, Pennsylvania less than 48 hours after posting a video on Facebook of the killing of a 74-year-old stranger, Robert Godwin.
Despite a series of setbacks to their assembly-line state killing schedule, Arkansas officials are pressing forward with the planned lethal injections.
Debate is raging within the Trump administration over whether to carry through on the president’s campaign promise to withdraw from the 2015 climate change accord.
The Excelsior Scholarship will reach only a small number of students, and will not cover most of the expenses associated with attending college.
The introduction of an inferior pension scheme could see the retirement benefits of workers being slashed by up to £160,000.
Strike action by transport workers against Bus Eireann’s cost-cutting measures has been foiled by the unions twice since February.
The Haryana bus stoppage underscored the intensifying class tensions across the state and India as a whole.
Growing demands for peace and an end to austerity herald decisive class struggles, for which the working class urgently needs a new revolutionary leadership.
The Humboldt University administration is attempting to bar criticism of the right-wing professor.
The demonstration attracted the attention of hundreds of Special Economic Zones workers in Sriperumbudur, an Indian auto manufacturing centre.
The Indian government, in line with US geo-strategic manoeuvres, is attempting to reduce Bangladesh’s military and economic reliance on China.
The swelling total of detained immigrants, many of them with no criminal record, is clogging the courts and detention centers.
Statements from US officials have laid bare the recklessness of the tactics being pursued by Washington, threatening a war on the Korean peninsula involving the use of nuclear weapons and the deaths of millions.
Sunday’s constitutional referendum in Turkey has intensified the political crisis within the country and further complicated Ankara’s already tense relations with Europe.
A new survey, the most comprehensive ever carried out in Iraq, found that 53 percent of residents and 66 percent of internally displaced people are vulnerable to “food insecurity.”
The Pentagon announced the deployment of dozens of US troops to Somalia last week, the first traditional military operation in the country since 1994.
While forecasting a “cyclical recovery”, IMF managing director, Christine Lagarde has said a “sword of protectionism” hangs over the world economy.
A look at the ideological and political history of Candice Jackson, named by US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to head up the education department’s Office of Civil Rights.
The natural gas and crude oil spill highlights the recent history of BP and other oil companies’ record of safety and environmental violations.