The president has called a record $716 billion budget "crazy." If only he had the will—or the decency—to actually do something about it.
At COP24, the gathered heads of state and their climate negotiators would do well to listen to wise youths striving for climate justice.
Public pressure on members of Congress to close loopholes in bills regarding U.S. support of Saudi Arabia may well prove effective.
The Senate majority leader says he will bring legislation to the floor to overhaul the nation's federal sentencing laws.
A new case could change the rules of double jeopardy, potentially to the benefit of the president and his former campaign manager.
A new ProPublica report finds recipients of the earned income tax credit are more likely to be audited than those earning 20 times as much.
West Hollywood scraps a screening of "1948," accommodating an ally of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and stifling free speech.
The U.K's ill-fated divorce from the European Union is a Tory mess from start to finish, but can Labour's Jeremy Corbyn come out on top?
Thanks to mainstream media, the president looms over our lives, our planet, in a way no other human being ever has.