On the anniversary of the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., Truthdig correspondent Michael Nigro reports from Washington, D.C., the site of a white nationalist event on Sunday that turned out to be smaller than expected.
Most Americans cannot afford to live in progressive coastal epicenters.
We must make sure our democracy doesn’t ever again elect a candidate who loses the popular vote. That means making the Electoral College inconsequential.
States and cities can't prevent Donald Trump from damaging climate change efforts, but they can mitigate the harm through global warming initiatives of their own.
When I told people that the president’s rise is a result of declining incomes, a sense that the game is rigged and the failure of Washington to reverse these trends, I got blank stares.
The meeting aimed to fire up activists in advance of a protest scheduled to coincide with President Trump’s 100th day in office.
Veterans in the nation's capital aren't letting a little government shutdown get in the way of their visit to war memorials.
One of the nation's best-known and most accessible treasures has been shut while preservationists work to remove green paint splattered on Abraham Lincoln's statue and his temple in Washington, D.C.
In this dark dual season of Citizens United and presidential campaigning, The Progressive serves up a list of nine of the "most depraved lobbyists money can buy.”
Still don't believe in climate change? Then you're either deep in denial or delirious from the heat.