Attorney Helen Sklar explores Democrats' key role in forging some of our country's most xenophobic policies.
"Squeezed" author Alissa Quart examines our runaway income inequality and the possible solutions offered by democratic socialism.
American Civil Liberties Union attorney Jacob Snow examines the close partnership between private enterprise and the surveillance state.
The filmmaker, journalist and refugee describes living conditions of Palestinians under the state of Israel and condemns the alliance between Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu.
Award-winning critic and historian Carrie Rickey debunks the most common rationalizations for women's underrepresentation behind the camera.
American news consumers, take heed: This is no inside-baseball story of media intrigue. What happens to local outlets reaches far beyond their markets and into everyone's backyard. Robert Scheer and Nick Goldberg break it all down in an in-depth interview.
U.S. soldiers in My Lai, Vietnam, "didn't just kill babies," the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist tells Robert Scheer in a wide-ranging interview. "They were throwing infants up and catching them on their bayonets."
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer interviews Howard Bryant and discusses the sports journalist's new book, "The Heritage: Black Athletes, A Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism."
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer discusses the documentary “Dark Money” with its director and the journalist who broke the story of how corporations infiltrated Montana’s elections.