Military conflict has become our country's biggest racket, and from Afghanistan and Yemen to Niger and Somalia, business is booming.
The senators have sent a letter to CEO Jeff Bezos expressing alarm over the company's "potentially illegal" tactics.
In a free-wheeling conversation, the president defends arms sales to Saudi Arabia and proclaims Brett Kavanaugh "innocent."
The Massachusetts senator rebuts Donald Trump's smears against her, fueling speculation she plans to run for president in 2020.
The Massachusetts Democrat unveils the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act, which contains provisions designed to combat modern-day redlining.
Since 2008, a staggering $30 trillion has gone to the richest 10 percent. Meanwhile, the bottom half have seen their net worth crater.
Podcaster-cum-author Matt Christman on the failures of liberalism, his hatred of Megan McArdle and the need for the left to grab hold of our “economic death engine.”
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.
The Massachusetts senator says the bill's provisions should be a "no-brainer" in a "functional democracy."
The Saudi and United Arab Emirates' war on Yemen, which was launched by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in March 2015, has flown under the radar among the U.S. public until a recent bombing.