What the history of pandemics teach us about the current outbreak.
Lessons learned from the 2008 financial crisis show that taxpayer-funded blank checks to institutions do nothing to help those struggling
Years of budget cuts have destroyed our health care system, just when we need it most.
For service workers, there’s no such thing as paid sick leave or working from home, two measures that could slow the spread of the disease.
The Intercept reports on discrepancies between the mission and actions of the organization — which has since returned a 2012 donation.
Activists came to Jackie Lacey’s house to protest her handling of police violence.
In a new episode of "On Contact," the Truthdig columnist argues that Britain and the U.S. are "mocking the very concept of the rule of law."
Superdelegates are openly plotting to deny Bernie Sanders the nomination. If they succeed, they risk reelecting Donald Trump and worse.
A new report from Physicians for Human Rights lays out the traumatic effects of child separation.
The attorney general is loyal to the president, not to the American people.
If the former mayor of New York City secures the Democratic nomination, it will be a major blow to American democracy.
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