The senator comes out strong against corruption on her home turf during a talk at the National Press Club, but wavers in the face of questions about U.S. actions abroad.
Should progressive voters adopt different strategies in swing states versus, say, blue states? Princeton University's Eddie Glaude makes room for that possibility in this Democracy Now! debate with Chris Hedges, while Hedges decisively does not.
This edition features reader feedback about two big comebacks to the site: Chris Hedges, who resumed his weekly column after a summer break, and Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein, who paid her second visit to our headquarters for another episode of "Live at Truthdig."
Leaked memos show that candidates were also told to limit the number of Black Lives Matter activists allowed at campaign appearances.
Just when it seemed as if nothing could possibly come as a surprise, the New York Times mainstay comes out with a column about Hillary Clinton that veers sharply off the establishment script, and, even more startling, lands smack on the dot.
College-educated elites, on behalf of corporations, carried out the savage neoliberal assault on the working poor. Now these elites are being made to pay. Their duplicity has brought them—and the rest of us—Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Most feel they have less financial security than their parents had, a new poll reveals. And they fear the economic situation will only get worse.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Agree on Donald Trump Threat; Not Ready to Endorse Other's Vision
Although Clinton won the Washington, D.C., contest as primary season came to an official end Tuesday, neither her camp nor Sanders' shows much willingness to offer concessions to the other.
"We need a party which is prepared to take on the greed of the powerful special interests," said the presidential candidate ahead of a meeting with Hillary Clinton.
More than half of Fortune 500 executives said they'd choose Hillary Clinton over Trump in a hypothetical general election.