You can complain or bury your head in the sand, but you also have another option.
Donald Trump's voters bought a lot of what he said during his campaign, but in his first year as president he's often done the opposite of what he assured Americans before taking office.
Fresh off passing massive tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy, Republicans want to use the deficit they’ve created to justify huge cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.
There’s too much yelling these days, so here's a silent video about how to deal with the issues we're facing in Trump's America.
The commission votes to repeal a 2015 rule that has kept equal and open access to the internet, free from corporate control and influence.
SLAPP, which stands for “Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation,” is a suit brought by big corporations intended to censor, intimidate and silence critics.
Many Americans are struggling to make ends meet. But they still have a constitutional right to make their voices heard.
What have we learned about the presidency and who is running the country since the 2016 election?
Trump and Republican leaders want to bring about a giant redistribution of over $1 trillion from the middle-class, the working-class and the poor to the rich.
The old Democratic and Republican parties are exploding. And then there's Trump.