Rule of law is based on three fundamental principles. The U.S. president is violating every one of them.
More than 70 percent of his judicial appointees are white men, yet Senate Democrats seem to treat such appointments "as business as usual."
The Khashoggi killing in Turkey last fall met with global outrage, but rising violence against journalists in India goes largely unmentioned.
As people in France protest high costs of living, some worry that violence has obscured the movement's message.
Fred Smoller details the kleptocratic takeover of Bell and offers actionable steps for increasing transparency between citizens and their local government.
The “Gilets Jaunes” are angry about President Emmanuel Macron’s policies, which they say favor the wealthy.
The author says the plan must be better than its Depression-era namesake if it is to destroy poverty and fossil fuel dependence at the same time.