"We need to ask the hard questions that the corporate media fails to ask: Who owns America, and who has the political power?" says the senator from Vermont.
John Pilger doubts the British government's claim that Russia attacked a Russian ex-spy and his daughter with a nerve agent in England.
"This was the weapon that Steve Bannon wanted to build to fight his culture war," says Christopher Wylie, who helped target 50 million Americans during the 2016 election.
The company has been granted a pair of patents for wristbands that would show the location of employees' hands in warehouses and provide feedback.
In an interview with Judge Jeanine on Fox News, the president discusses the Democratic memo, the Nunes memo, allegations of Russian collusion and more.
The Needville, Texas, Independent School District says any demonstrations during school hours will result in a three-day suspension.
David Hogg, a 17-year-old senior whose fellow students died in the Parkland, Fla., massacre, defends himself against conspiracy theories.
Lissa Lucas is running for the West Virginia Statehouse, and her campaign gets a boost after she calls out lawmakers backing a fracking bill.
Aaron Maté, host for The Real News Network and a contributor to The Nation, discusses how the mainstream media is covering the story.