Most Americans have never heard of Artsakh, but they should support its desire to choose democracy over authoritarianism.
The Republicans and Democrats are two faces of the same failure. And there will be no real hope of rescue by third parties until the American system of electoral politics is rebuilt from the ground up.
On the eve of the first anniversary of the deadly violence in Virginia, and a day before a new white nationalist rally in Washington, D.C., Truthdig is reposting Michael Nigro's acclaimed photo essay of the 2017 demonstration. He was the first person struck by an automobile driven into the crowd there.
Manuel Oliver lost his son in February's school shooting in Florida. He has now made it his life's mission to control guns in the hope that no other parent will lose a child in the way he did.
A volunteer from a group that helped migrants in Tucson, Ariz., recounts stories of those most affected by a dehumanizing situation the U.S. helped create.
It may be a heady time for the tech titans in Cupertino, but we should worry when a super-sized market sector is effectively fueled by magical thinking.
It’s not just the “bad dudes” and others the president has maligned—Trump’s administration does not welcome vast numbers of those looking to gain entry to the U.S. for a particular reason.