Since at least 2001, the Saudis and Israelis have successfully reframed American policy in the Greater Middle East, and the results have been disastrous.
While Trump is in Paris to commemorate the end of World War I, we should learn from that bloody episode that, among other things, we cannot credit politicians who promise us a short, glorious war.
In this clip from the documentary "On Her Shoulders," lawyer Clooney joins her client, refugee-turned-activist Murad, for a landmark occasion at the United Nations HQ.
Director Alexandria Bombach tells Truthdig how she avoided exploiting her subject's traumatic past in making her new documentary, “On Her Shoulders.”
If the president bows to his neoconservative aides on Syria, he risks thrusting the U.S. into a deadly conflict with Russia.
In a segment from her Netflix series, she riffs on the idea of a fictional campaign in which wannabe agents explain what the agency means to them.
Mindlessly repeating sensationalist FBI framing isn't journalism—it’s fear-mongering.
Civilians are asking why coalition forces destroyed the city, killing hundreds of the innocent in the process of “liberating” them from Islamic State.
The U.S. is now doing the opposite of what it said it would in the war-torn Middle Eastern nation.