In the second part of their recent conversation, the renowned intellectual (left) tells the Truthdig columnist how the banking, fossil fuel and tech sectors profit from taxpayer dollars.
The 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee speaks at the annual Code Conference in California and discusses the lessons she learned from the election.
Municipal races are a beacon of hope for progressives; Obama’s $400,000 speech is evidence Democrats are out of touch.
Author Jonathan Taplin discusses how novelist Ayn Rand's cruel libertarianism has permeated Google, Amazon, Facebook and the White House.
Former "Dreamer" Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca, now a startup CEO, is among a growing number of Latino entrepreneurs redefining the American tech industry.
The "Last Week Tonight" host delves into the complex issues Apple and the U.S. government are battling over since the FBI decided it needs a back door into the company's products.
Tech entrepreneur Justin Keller stoked the city's growing reputation for insensitivity to the misery of the impoverished by telling Mayor Ed Lee in an open letter that he is "outraged" that wealthy workers, who he says "have earned their right to live in the city," have to see people in pain and despair.
The federal privacy law known as HIPAA doesn’t cover home paternity tests, fitness trackers or health apps. When a Florida woman complained after seeing the paternity test results of thousands of people online, federal regulators told her they didn’t have jurisdiction.