The clergyman, author and activist discusses Christian fundamentalism, Donald Trump and media mogul Pat Robertson.
The Truthdig columnist talks about the significance of the anti-Russia campaign in the media, among other subjects.
A discussion on President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Julissa Arce worked for seven years at Goldman Sachs as an undocumented immigrant Now she is an American citizen fighting for immigration reform, and her incredible story may soon become a TV series Julissa Arce worked for seven years at Goldman Sachs as an undocumented immigrant.
Having seen her remarkable new film on Edward Snowden, "Citizenfour," in a packed house at the New York Film Festival, I sat down with Laura Poitras in a tiny conference room at the Loews Regency Hotel in New York City to discuss just how our world has changed and her part in it.
Last week, the Justice Department convened hearings under the Prison Rape Elimination Act to examine the prevalence of rape and sexual abuse in the nation's prisons and juvenile detention centers.
"As a journalist, no one tells you something because they like the look of your face, generally," the Independent reporter told Truthdig in an exclusive interview "They tell you to further their own interests or the interests of their party""No one tells you something because they like the look of your face, generally," the Independent reporter told Truthdig".
How did a pioneering group of students that included future Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas get into College of the Holy Cross, and how did they become leaders in American sports, culture, law and business? Author Diane Brady discusses what attracted her to their story.