Denial has given way to panic as Biden's low popularity paints a grim outlook for the Democratic Party in 2024.
Terrence Richardson and Ferrone Claiborne have spent decades behind bars after a jury acquitted them of murder. Now, the Virginia Supreme Court is set to decide their fate.
Despite industry claims, the evidence suggests industrial-scale cattle farming will always hurt the planet.
In the wake of a report highlighting the placement of antisemitic content alongside paid ads, the principal owner of X has sued Media Matters.
Parents say they swaddle their children in bedsheets but can’t stop them from shivering through the night.
The director of “JFK” on the Kennedy cover-up, why he was killed, and what the country—and the world—suffered as a result.
The Quincy Institute asked three presidential candidates how they would change America’s approach to the world.
Health & Wellness
While overall drug overdose deaths have risen in the past year, the most recent data highlights a troubling trend among America's youth.
The new series "Four Died Trying" seeks to expose what—and who—was really behind the four iconic assassinations of the 1960s.
Why technology implemented within dominant social frameworks will reinforce and exacerbate existing systemic injustices.
Where humanity is headed in an overcrowded, over-consuming world.
An annual celebration is held on Alcatraz Island to commemorate the 19-month Native occupation that began there in 1969.
How Republicans are effectuating a reactionary secessionism within our government.
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