The lawmakers cite a ProPublica report that the Trump White House removed U.S. Attorney Bharara while he was investigating Health Secretary Tom Price.
New reports raise questions about the relationship between the House Intelligence Committee chairman and the White House.
Amy Goodman and Juan González of Democracy Now! and reporter Chris Woods examine recent attacks across the Middle East and the lack of mainstream media coverage.
Longtime Los Angeles Police Officer Deon Joseph will sit down with Truthdig on Thursday to discuss homelessness, mental health, crime and policing in L.A.’s most run-down district.
Already approved by the Senate, a measure to repeal Obama-era broadband safeguards now goes to President Trump for his signature.
The lake, which flows into the Missouri River, serves as the primary water source for numerous indigenous tribes, including the Standing Rock Sioux and the Cheyenne River Sioux.
In one now-historic decade, civil rights organizers brilliantly identified the levers of government power they could seize, but most of those levers are out of reach today. How will modern activists achieve change?
“They think we are slaves,” says one Brazilian domestic worker who recounts the terrible treatment she faced while participating in the government’s program.
Professor Natasha Dow Schüll and Chris Hedges discuss how “casino capitalism” is designed to keep people away from “a position where they [can] act as decision-making subjects.”
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It’s good to have fresh thinking about how government might function more efficiently. But it’s important to remember that government is not a business.
The president’s executive order deregulating dangerous gas emissions flies in the face of basic economics.
Democrats on Capitol Hill are gloating about the demise of the American Health Care Act. The Vermont senator is about to do them one better.
Without an urgent effort to find a political solution and get massive food aid into the country, almost 7 million people may face starvation.
Last week, the Senate voted 50-48 to pass a measure that would repeal federal privacy requirements. The House is scheduled to vote Tuesday.
Turkey’s president rips Germany and the Netherlands for blocking rallies among Turkish expats. Those rallies would support a referendum that could vastly increase Erdogan’s authority.