The question of whether—or how quickly—workers will be displaced by automation ignites fierce debate.
The California governor's visit comes as the U.S. orders the Russian consulate in San Francisco closed; Putin pens article on economic conference in China.
In a new episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” host and Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and author Peter Moskowitz discuss gentrification, poverty and the concept of housing as a human right. Transcript added.
To derail Donald Trump’s domestic agenda, the left is bolstering the autonomy of states and cities to protect minorities, the poor, the undocumented and our ecosystems.
The resistance of sanctuary cities, counties and states reminds us that the Constitution protects all people in our country.
Artists explore unconscious bias and its consequences in a group exhibit in Cupertino, Calif.
The demonstrations around the world are a first step toward resisting Donald Trump. But there is much more to do.
Truthdig's editor in chief asks the co-founder of San Francisco's famed City Lights Bookstore to discuss his life and his work with writers of the Beat Generation.
In his act of protest against racial injustice in the U.S., the San Francisco 49ers quarterback has taken a lot of hits. But he’s not backing down and has succeeded in igniting an important debate.