Many young black activists say they prefer the capitalism-challenging radical to the Nobel Prize-winning pacifist to whom they were introduced as children.
After more than 30 years in prison and halfway houses, the 58-year-old author walks free in the world.
Activists see the announcement as “a sign that any industry—including farms, labs, and circuses—that commits violence against animals is destined to fail.”
Short-lived greenhouse gases such as methane will continue to affect oceans for centuries, no matter how much nations reduce carbon, research suggests.
The 44th president’s service to the rich and powerful was foretold, and not just by leftist “carpers.” This is history that matters.
We need the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. now more than ever.
At his turbulent news conference Wednesday, the president-elect reiterated that he will build a wall along the border of Mexico.
On this week’s episode, journalists Abby Martin and Ben Norton join Hedges for a wide-ranging discussion about troubling shifts they’ve noticed away from fact-based reporting and governance.
Communities of color in Chicago meticulously documented the agency’s pattern of racist violence.
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An increasing number of Democratic lawmakers say they won’t attend President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday.
After earning an associate degree in prison, the author, 58, hopes to complete his Bachelor of Arts study through a program at Rutgers University.
A rule that could secure overtime pay for 4 million workers is in limbo, and the president-elect will help decide whether it survives.
It began when the civil rights icon announced that he will not attend Trump’s inaugural because he does not consider him a legitimate president.
Trump isn’t even president yet, but he’s already eroding our democracy.
The nation’s top science panel has sketched a way to set a fair price for cutting climate risks. Some of the president-elect’s advisers say the price should be zero.
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges argues that politicians are zeroing in on alleged Russian interference in the U.S. election to shut down outspoken media.
The headlines about Trump and his team and the Russian Federation are coming fast and furious, and the stories seem more than merely isolated data points.
The transition from convict to parolee can be difficult, with more restrictions in the reintegration facility than in prison. But thoughts of the free world keep the author going.
The news media have been reduced to bystanders while the intelligence agencies run the show.
“The reign of Obama did not produce the nightmare of Donald Trump—but it did contribute to it,” West tells us.