Trump's coalition is more fragile than it looks, but Democrats can't afford to get complacent.
Thousands of activists and civil rights advocates gather in an effort to relaunch Martin Luther King's fight against poverty, war and income inequality.
A movement to bring poverty to the center of the political agenda kicks off Monday, and Truthdig is launching a reader-funded drive to help the website cover the story.
Robert Scheer speaks with the journalist and professor about his latest book, on how fear has contributed to demagoguery.
Trumponomics is a thin veneer of an excuse for giving America’s rich, such as billionaire Carl Icahn, whatever they want, while sticking it to everyone else. (At left, a drawing of Icahn.)
A more variable climate spells another injustice in a warming world, with the poorest people likely yet again to feel the heat most intensely.
The revolutionary thinker teaches us that our tasks are to heighten class conflict by exposing the reality of abhorrent inequality and to create new systems to replace failing capitalism.
"We need to ask the hard questions that the corporate media fails to ask: Who owns America, and who has the political power?" says the senator from Vermont.
Corporate media seem particularly sensitive about politicians highlighting inequality, as evidenced by The New York Times' recent check of a statement by Rep. Joseph Kennedy III.