The governor declared a state of emergency Saturday as the scene in Charlottesville turned violent.
Truthdig is on the ground for the march in Washington, D.C., as tens of thousands draw attention to the president's climate change policy.
Truthdig correspondent Clara Romeo reports from the nation's capital Friday as tribe members and allied "water protectors" rally against the Dakota Access pipeline.
Friday's rally in Washington, D.C., showed that not all opponents of abortion rights think alike.
While participating in Saturday's event, the Truthdig columnist paused to give his views on how mass movements take shape and how to build common ground between opposing groups.
From the archives: The fundamental issue underlying the attitudes of the May Day protesters is that "either the Mexicans (and other Latinos) are immigrants to a country called the United States or the U.S. is a Machiavellian power that denies occupying one-half of Mexico for 156 years."
Although the state is ahead of the curve on renewable energy, Saturday’s rally in Los Angeles was a reminder to politicians that there’s far to go before we “Break Free” of our dependence on coal, oil and gas.
Thousands marched through the streets of Manhattan on Saturday to protest police brutality. A diverse, grass-roots coalition of activists and concerned citizens staged the three-day action, dubbed #RiseUpOctober.
This would feel like horse-race politics, employment edition, if only the stakes weren't so high: The Department of Labor released employment data on Friday for the month of March, and the results didn't match more optimistic projections for the blustery month.