Black Alliance for Peace publishes a newsletter reporting “troubling news of an impending military assault on the sovereign nation of Venezuela by states and forces allied with the United States.”
The decision came after Spain’s top court ruled that Carles Puigdemont could be re-elected only if he was physically present in the parliament in Barcelona—where he could face arrest.
Alexei Navalny, Vladimir Putin’s most prominent foe, organized the rallies to urge a boycott of the March 18 presidential election, which Putin is sure to win.
Milos Zeman has divided the nation with his pro-Kremlin stance, support for closer ties with China, and strong anti-migrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Voting rights advocates suspect federal agencies might be working with members of the disbanded panel to try to justify Donald Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud.
Grass-roots organizer Tami Sawyer [pictured] has decided to take her movement from the street in Memphis and run for county commissioner.
Donald Trump got one thing right: The voting system is “rigged"—though not in the way he thinks.
Documents unearthed in a lawsuit against the Kansas secretary of state may explain why the president disbanded a White House commission on voter fraud and assigned its job to the Department of Homeland Security.
Democratic Party chalks up gubernatorial wins in New Jersey and Virginia and is on the brink of major state legislative victories.