• Sudan's Government Isn't Going Down Without a Fight

    The antiregime protests that have swept Sudan for the last week are at a crossroads, with the fervent optimism of the previous days giving way to somber reflection and shock that over 50 people are believed to have died.

  • We Spent Last Night Watching Greek Antifascists Clash with the Police

    Last night, more than 5,000 people stormed the streets in Athens to protest against the first political homicide in Greece since the early 90s. A 34-year-old antifa activist and rapper, locally known as "Killah P" was stabbed twice on Tuesday evening...

  • Loyalists Spent Friday Night Fighting Police in Belfast

    Northern Ireland's loyalists are pissed off. On Friday night they injured more than 50 cops, who—after adopting slightly softer tactics earlier this year when policing the flag protests and the Belfast Twelfth—were out in force to monitor a republican...

  • Ed Templeton’s Huntington Beach

    For a skateboarder growing up on the East Coast in the 80s and 90s, Huntington Beach seemed like ground zero. When I finally visited after turning 18, it was like Hitler had won the war. Blonde and blue-eyed was the norm and Army/Navy stores sold Nazi...

  • The Hangover News

    A bunch of people rioted in Paris this weekend, but you were probably too drunk to notice.

  • The LAPD Doesn't Want You Protesting the Trayvon Martin Verdict After Last Night

    Last night, protests in Los Angeles against the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial—which had been mostly nonviolent, though there were...