A report issued by United Nations Special Rapporteur Philip Alston shines a bright light on how unequal a society the U.S. is.
We need you, class of 2018—not under some desk in an active-shooter drill, but out there ready to change our world for the better.
The Intercept journalist says that while Donald Trump's personality, rhetoric and style are "something unlike what we've seen before in the Oval Office," the president's policies are in line with mainstream American politics.
"This is actually a time of great loss," said the Rev. Gregory Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries. Now more than ever, we need to use compassion to heal the demonization and hate that have divided America.
During the recent presidential primaries, the renowned linguist discussed the "generalized rage" and "deep concern" that fueled Donald Trump's rise, insight which is worth recalling as Election Day draws near.
History shows that the GOP will probably survive Donald Trump; Ted Cruz once supported a ban on dildos; meanwhile, a New York Daily News writer argues vehemently against his paper's endorsement of Hillary Clinton. These discoveries and more after the jump.
The Pulitzer prize-winning journalist discusses our loss of civil liberties, the importance of the alternative media, and why he thinks the USA is ripe for a revolution.
The positioning of the pope as a “liberal” or “progressive” in American politics is incorrect and indeed a little bizarre.