Trump officials are openly plotting to overthrow the Maduro government. Why is the mainstream media so eager to give them cover?
Efforts by a U.S. network of religious leaders suggest the divide between American and Israeli Jews is widening.
In conversation with Chris Hedges, Truthdig contributor Scott Ritter dissects the demise of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
In a rebuke to the president, a resolution passes that could force the administration to withdraw U.S. troops from the embattled country.
At a conference in Poland, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu aims to show off his country's improved relations with some Gulf Arab states.
The National Enquirer's alleged efforts to extort the Amazon CEO raise questions about the publisher's ties to Mohammed bin Salman.
While pledging to pull troops from Syria and Afghanistan, the president has ramped up tensions with Iran. An expert assesses the dangers.
Donald Trump may be incompetent, but his characterization of our foreign conflicts as profoundly misguided has more than a little merit.
Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota have fielded criticism for their defense of Palestinian rights.
U.S. soldiers have been fighting in Afghanistan for 17 years. If our political press had its way, they'd remain there indefinitely.