Pundits at The New York Times and The Washington Post argue that the U.S. needs troops in Syria.
The Slate Group refuses to back down from its demand that a contract should make union fees optional.
FAIR co-founder Jeff Cohen dissects the failures of the mainstream media, the midterm elections and the future of the Democratic Party.
“Move to the right” is always corporate media’s advice for Democrats—win or lose. But did the 2018 midterms really demonstrate the virtues of moderation?
The option for bringing peace and justice to the region is gaining traction, but you might not know it from mainstream news coverage.
Corporate media have given platforms to those who claim, with little to no firm evidence, that Donald Trump’s election is the fault of political correctness.
Truthdig writers Sonali Kolhatkar and Max Blumenthal disagree with each other regarding key elements in the recent reports that the Syrian government used chemical weapons in Douma. This is Blumenthal's take on the issue.
The network's obsession with Russia has thrown minimal journalistic standards out the window.
Although the property destruction during the Philadelphia riots after the Eagles' Super Bowl win was similar to damage caused by protests against police killings of young black men over the years, only the latter is regularly called “violence.”
The linguistic gymnastics required to report on police violence—without calling up images of police violence—is a thing of semantic wonder.