Republicans are using voter suppression to maintain their grip on power. If we don't act now, we'll forfeit what's left of our freedoms.
The former president talks about the internet and other topics in an interview by the British prince. No mention is made of Donald Trump.
Australian filmmaker and journalist John Pilger tells how films that dissent from the official version of the truth are an endangered species.
The Tory head of the Leave campaign was expected to announce his bid for prime minister Thursday morning -- that is until his closest ally decided to break away and announce his own run. (Updated)The Tory head of the Leave campaign was expected to announce his bid for prime minister Thursday morning—that is until his closest ally decided to break away and announce his own run. (Updated)
In two court decisions in less than three months, Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay out $127 million. And it faces 1,200 similar lawsuits.
The massive release of documents is a wonderful thing, but do not expect a genuine exposé of capitalism. The dirty secrets of some corporations will remain unpublished.
The veteran BBC naturalist has aged into the role of noble elder of the conservation movement. How does he cope with the fact that ecology is in retreat all around us, asks George Monbiot, Guardian journalist and fellow Brit.
C'mon, Meryl -- even Beyoncé doesn't shy away from calling herself a feminist. Or maybe therein lies part of the intergenerational quandary.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman was working on disaster containment and prevention strategies after Thursday's mass tragedy in Mina, where at least 717 people were killed and 863 others injured in a stampede during the Hajj pilgrimage.
On Wednesday the White House released a list of English-language documents found among the al-Qaida founder's belongings in 2011, after U.S. Navy SEALs killed him in a compound in Pakistan, to which he had been traced.