In a series of social media posts, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib take aim at an orientation event for newly elected officials.
Following the president's remarks, Daryl Kimball of the Arms Control Association calls the looming withdrawal "an epic mistake."
The documentary refuses to let any political party or institution off the hook. Therein lies its value, argues the Intercept co-founder.
Jair Bolsonaro has drawn comparisons to Donald Trump, sparking a #NotHim movement across the country.
The Intercept journalist says that while Donald Trump's personality, rhetoric and style are "something unlike what we've seen before in the Oval Office," the president's policies are in line with mainstream American politics.
Corporate courtiers are disguised as journalists, the comedian reminded us at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
A 2015 piece featuring journalists Abby Martin and Max Blumenthal discussing the brutality of Israeli occupation has now been removed in 28 countries. However, it still can be seen in the United States.
Instead of standing up for the American people, the corporate-owned Democrats have strengthened the president.
Which of the two leading leftist journalists is more credible on the topics of Donald Trump and the investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 election?
Caitlin Johnstone raises concern that these consultants' investment in the U.S. power establishment can lead to poor analyses.