The state's first black elected district attorney is probing the case of a retired white police detective accused of preying on black women for sex over decades.
The three men, who allegedly stockpiled arms and explosives and had considered attacking churches, public officials and Muslim refugees, were arrested after an FBI investigation of their militia group, the Crusaders.
The Republican Party's systematic attempt to disenfranchise African-Americans and other minorities with laws and restrictions at the polls did not die with Jim Crow.
A 5.6-magnitude quake, one of the strongest in Oklahoma's history, shook a seven-state area. And "it could have been prevented," said a leading activist.
Why are there multiple differences between the English-language and Spanish-language version of the state’s voting guide?
Bernie Sanders won important victories in Kansas and Nebraska in the latest voting, while Ted Cruz showed that Donald Trump may not be as inevitable as he has come to seem.
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: We revisit some of our favorite interviews from the past year Topics include: war powers, banned books, the Koch brothers and the incredible journey of veteran-turned-pacifist Rory Fanningcom/avbooth/category/truthdig_radio/" title="Truthdig Radio">Truthdig Radio: We revisit some of our favorite interviews from the past year.
In 2008, candidate Obama was lambasted for supposedly endorsing policies of wealth redistribution. Yet only a few years later, the most explicit examples of such redistribution are happening in the states, and often at the urging of Republicans.