Over 18 months, the newspaper dedicated 21 articles to the subject of conservatives’ free speech on campus, while only three covered the silencing of college liberals or leftists.
Two days of negotiations ended with reassurances from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that the Senate will consider immigration proposals in coming weeks.
During the year of his presidency, the Republican Party has taken a giant U-turn on its guiding principles.
American mass media journalism—at least as practiced by 24-hour news channels—is broken.
On the White House story about who will benefit most from the new legislation, the president may be a fool. But the treasury secretary is most certainly a knave.
The move comes after the U.S. announces it will arm and train a Kurdish force to police Syria’s borders to ensure Islamic State does not re-emerge.
The Republican-controlled Congress schedules an unusual weekend session to begin considering a three-week spending measure. Democrats oppose the plan.
Truthdig shares photo and video updates from the Women's March demonstrations in Washington, D.C., New York City, Seattle and beyond.
As Republicans and Democrats exchange blame, all but the most essential operations halt, marring the one-year anniversary of the Trump inauguration.