If Americans can’t be secure from someone packing an assault rifle, or from the predatory behavior of powerful men, or from the police, we do not live in a functioning society.
A president’s most fundamental legal and moral responsibility is to uphold and protect our system of government. Trump has degraded that system.
The "Last Week Tonight" host argues that removing the racist symbols is a way to come to terms with American history.
The violent rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August and Trump's repeated defense of the racist gathering marked a turning point in modern America.
Chat logs and audio recordings show how Unite the Right worked to obscure racist elements of the movement without repudiating them internally.
The Green Party's former vice presidential candidate joins the Truthdig columnist to discuss how Donald Trump has emboldened the radical right.
Republican officials are concerned about the party's image after Trump's recent rhetoric, but some caution against seeming too defensive.
In his speech on Afghanistan Monday night, the president was primarily attempting to manipulate American domestic politics.
Life is fleeting; monuments last.