Charming, ornery, all too human: the radical legacy of a democratic socialist.
In the United States—the richest country in human history—the 140 million people who live on or below the poverty line are screaming for justice.
The same racist, warmongering social forces prevail as during Martin Luther King Jr.'s time.
The clergyman, author and activist discusses Christian fundamentalism, Donald Trump and media mogul Pat Robertson.
In the age of Trump, peaceful protests will likely increasingly be branded a form of terrorism.
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a risk with his national-anthem protest against injustice in the U.S. Now other athletes are joining him, as are countless other Americans who want to overturn the status quo. Their courage can make all the difference.
One of film's most beloved actors and directors died Sunday after 90 years of life and a career that somehow made giants of the 20th century (including Mahatma Gandhi, as played by Ben Kingsley, above) seem even grander.
On Sept. 21 at 7 p.m., Troy Anthony Davis was scheduled to die. I was reporting live from outside Georgia's death row in Jackson, awaiting news about whether the Supreme Court would spare his life.