Two years after the media left, hundreds of "water protectors" who participated in protests over the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota struggle to rebuild their lives.
Nearly three dozen defendants, who have been tried in groups, are exonerated following a number of failures by prosecutors to prove them guilty.
Truthdig reports on the final week of the Poor People's Campaign, an effort to relaunch Martin Luther King Jr.’s fight against poverty, war and income inequality.
The Rahm Emanuel administration has continued the city's long, troubled history of snooping on groups exercising their First Amendment rights—and now state legislators want to let it use drones.
Corporate media are not covering the fight for America's soul, but the establishment will not be able ignore the growing community that is leading it much longer.
It’s the sixth state to have a teacher’s strike in 2018.
A movement to bring poverty to the center of the political agenda kicks off Monday, and Truthdig is launching a reader-funded drive to help the website cover the story.
Although President Trump presented Mandy Manning with the 2018 education award at the White House, the press was not allowed to witness her acceptance speech.