More than a generation after defeating the Soviet Union in the Cold War, the United States seems to be emulating some of the worst aspects of its former rival superpower.
Many Democrats and progressives want Donald Trump removed from office for understandable reasons. But the “Russia thing” could end with dire consequences, says journalist Robert Parry.
With scoops based on leaks and unnamed sources, news consumers should view all reports on the investigation with skepticism.
This four-part series called "Universal Empire" examines the current stage of the neocon takeover of American policy that began after World War II.
Turning Point USA seeks to "expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students" by publishing a list of almost 200 professors who, the nonprofit organization says, promote leftist propaganda in the classroom.
Assassinations have long been regarded as a basic element of foreign relations that largely remained in the dark, unspoken of but widely practiced in response to perceived threats to national security. Assassinations have long been regarded as basic elements of foreign relations that were largely unspoken of but widely practiced in response to perceived threats to national security.
In the early hours of July 10, armed SWAT officers burst through the doors of an apartment belonging to organizers of Occupy Seattle as part of an ongoing investigation into the May Day riots. Phillip Neel, one of the residents of that apartment, talks about the ordeal.
Leading scientists are criticizing Chinese doctors and farmers for what they believe is a reckless overuse of antibiotics in both the medical and agricultural industries, which, they argue, has led to an explosion of resistant "superbugs" endangering global health.
Communism once was, as the Islamic terrorist threat is today, presented as an undifferentiated revolutionary impulse that could never be diplomatically accommodated without sacrificing our own security or, indeed, our freedom. The various communist nations and movements, like those currently led by a polyglot collection of Islamist radicals, were stripped of any complexity, be it in their national identity or ideology. This week the Chinese Communists celebrate their 60th year in power, an event that the make-war-not-peace crowd might benefit from contemplating.