The follow-up documentary to the 2006 hit is half environmental update and half celebration of all things Al Gore.
Cold weather, police violence and government promises won't deter the water protectors. Although the Dakota Access pipeline has been halted, these demonstrators are not leaving Cannon Ball, N.D., until the project is dead.
For the next two—and probably four—years, Americans will be governed by Republican politicians largely elected by a minority of voters. These circumstances call for compromise, but that is unlikely to happen.
In a recent recorded interview with Truthdig, Fox exposed his failure to grasp that a third-party presidential campaign is a way to raise funds and awareness for the issues and candidates he says he supports.
Hillary Clinton campaigned in Miami with former Vice President Al Gore, attempting to shore up her credentials both with environmentalists and millennial youths.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists discuss Secretary of State John Kerry’s visit to Cuba to raise the American flag, violence in Ferguson, Mo., one year after the police killing of Michael Brown, and whether Hillary Clinton should be worried about Bernie Sanders.
As Jon Stewart heads into the final stretch of hosting “The Daily Show,” Truthdig has chosen some of our favorite segments from both his popular Comedy Central news satire and other news shows on which he appeared—usually to the chagrin of those shows.
President Obama has removed one of the last obstacles to oil drilling in the Arctic and granted Shell permission to develop new exploratory wells that could bring the company enormous profits.
The "Trews" host challenges his viewers to question who benefits from the denial of global warming and invites everyone to join one of 2,000 climate change marches occurring all over the globe Sunday.