"Sooner or later, we will enter our lands, and we will free it, and we will kick the occupiers out of our land," said Abu Mohammed about the Great March of Return.
"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.
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.
The current state of America has a lot of people feeling anxious and depressed about our future. But in uncertain times, a little humor can be a tonic.
The Truthdig columnist and the World Socialist Web Site chairman explore ways to organize resistance against censorship.
At a time of unprecedented unrest in the world, Mahatma Gandhi's message of nonviolence remains relevant.
The company has been granted a pair of patents for wristbands that would show the location of employees' hands in warehouses and provide feedback.