"Both well-meaning and more illicit-minded intelligence professionals basically realize [exposures of the inner workings of power] can't go on," the publisher and journalist tells the "On Contact" host in a discussion about attacks on such organizations as WikiLeaks.
In a conversation with the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter, Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges wonders if the era of great journalism that Hersh embodies has passed.
Author and scholar Norman Finkelstein tells the Truthdig columnist that nonviolent mass resistance in Gaza "can't succeed without our support."
The co-founder and co-director of Cooperation Jackson explains the critical moment facing the primarily black city and offers a blueprint for a socialist alternative.
"Beginning after the Great Recession and after the Occupy movement," the Democracy Now! reporter tells Chris Hedges, "a whole new [urban] resistance movement developed in America."
The Truthdig columnist sits down with the architect and activist to discuss the hidden racial narratives in building design and construction.
The Truthdig columnist discusses the Foreign Agents Registration Act at a panel hosted by the Columbia Journalism School and the Harriman Institute.
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges discusses "Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century" with author Jessica Bruder in an eye-opening conversation about America's mobile elderly workforce.
The Truthdig columnist sits down with the activist, who argues that the international movement to legalize prostitution has been an "unmitigated disaster."
The Palestinian artist, whose work has been showcased by the United Nations, draws inspiration for many of his cartoons from the time he spent in an Israeli prison.