Released from prison in 2017 after 35 years, the Puerto Rican nationalist and activist explains why he’s optimistic about the future and independence for the island.
In Part Two of a "Scheer Intelligence" interview, Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and Georgetown Law professor Peter Edelman discuss how Democrats have moved to the right in recent decades and how California may revitalize the party.
Lawyers in south Texas say more pregnant women are being held for weeks in detention centers run by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The prevalence of physical abuse may be the most open secret behind the growing number of women who end up behind bars.
The attorney general (pictured, standing) would like to turn the clock back to pre-emancipation, but he will settle for a return to the days of his predecessor, Eric Holder (seated).
It is difficult enough to live in Silicon Valley, and not being able to afford bail for minor arrests puts lives in jeopardy.
Frankie, who is serving a life sentence without parole, and Yolanda, his wife, reflect on marriage with one spouse behind bars.