Pundits like Jonathan Chait tout the benefits of school privatization, but they ignore the financial strain it's placing on state budgets.
What does the location of the company's new offices have to do with the nation's political tumult? Quite a bit, it turns out.
In towns and cities across the country, American citizens take to the streets to remind their president that he is not above the law.
The FBI is investigating after the infamous hoodlum was found dead at a federal penitentiary in West Virginia.
What lessons did the founding generation take from the American Revolution, and why do we forget the early republican experiments?
More than a foot of snow is expected in some areas as the third major storm in two weeks slams the Northeast, and Amtrak suspends service between Boston and New York City.
After struggling through a large and intense snowstorm, the region is facing brutal cold. New Hampshire's Mount Washington has recorded a wind chill of close to 100 degrees below zero.
Most Americans cannot afford to live in progressive coastal epicenters.
Truthdig correspondent Michael Nigro is on the ground to document the rally and counterprotest.