The extremists were defeated by Muslims: That should be the headline. That is what Americans have trouble getting their heads around.
The "Trews" host shares his thoughts on how Americans' refusal to deal with its violent foundation has partly led to the rise of Donald Trump.
The Truthdig columnist talks about the significance of the anti-Russia campaign in the media, among other subjects.
The nonprofit organization is considering bankruptcy as it faces paying out more than $1.8 million. The dispute involved rent to house WBAI's transmitter at the Empire State Building.
When it comes to overseas reporting, “fixers”—those resourceful, wired-in locals who know all the right people—often make stories possible.
The Hollywood mogul is accused in The New York Times of sexually harassing employees for "over nearly three decades."
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah and other comedians respond to the massacre in Nevada with a variety of messages, many calling for gun control.
The mainstream media is determined to prove the scandal despite its inexplicable anomalies, such as why Russia would set up a Facebook “puppies” page.
Publisher Hugh Hefner was known most for his role in the sexual revolution, his magazine's long and searching conservations were remarkable for the people who spoke and for what they said.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke draws a sharp rebuke from San Juan's mayor for seeming to play down the suffering in Puerto Rico.