Latino grass-roots organizers in Los Angeles are resisting the Trump administration's assaults in ways that would make their forebears proud.
The historic injustice in Palestine is at the heart of the Middle East dilemma. Until that injustice is resolved, there will be no peace in the region, or perhaps anywhere.
A new book about the conflict between police and residents in South Los Angeles paints a much more humane, complex picture of poverty than President Trump does.
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.
The silent gesture by medalists John Carlos and Tommie Smith was meant to raise awareness of human rights, not dishonor the flag. Both men deserve an apology for how they have been treated.
Chris LeDay, who posted the video of the Louisiana man’s death at the hands of police officers, was arrested on what he says were fabricated charges 24 hours after the video went viral.
Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas, argues that the U.S. isn't putting enough people behind bars. He ignores the fact that when ex-felons are allowed to reintegrate into society as productive, tax-paying citizens with voting rights, they are far less likely to reoffend.
Contrary to widespread concern, a U.S. security panel has decided that many of the detainees at Gitmo are not "too dangerous" to be freed.