Although the group's “violent liberal” ad campaign may be based on false premises, the danger it poses is all too real.
Wednesday's attack on a GOP sports team in Alexandria, Va., offers yet another lesson about gun control, but party politics have gotten in the way.
A gunman opens fire at a field in Alexandria, Va., a Washington suburb, and police fatally wound the shooter.
It's been a year since the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history scarred countless lives and shook the city's gay community to its core.
As the incoming administration threatens to reverse nearly everything Obama has done, even nuclear deals are imperiled.
If we’re going to be hysterical about shooters and terrorism, maybe we should save some of our hysteria for the possibility of having a guy in the White House who is so admired by and exciting to the racist far right.
Now that he has bullied his way into the mainstream, it’s time for the media to take a serious look at his policies and the dreadful consequences they would have if he occupied the Oval Office.
Hedges and the Green Party presidential candidate explore the problems plaguing American politics, including the essential dysfunction of a two-party system, the staged hypocrisy of the presidential debates and the lack of difference between Republicans and Democrats.
Responding to pressure from critics, the Democratic presidential candidate announced he will co-sponsor a bill to repeal protections for gun manufacturers and dealers.