The Green Party's 2016 presidential nominee has been popping up in headlines again, drawing renewed ire from Democrats for her role in the election.
With just four days left until one of the most anticipated votes in American history, tell us what you see as the most important news story of the campaign.
New rules require internet service providers to get customers' explicit consent before sharing data with third parties.
The vice presidential nominee recently met with the Truthdig team for a conversation on the current election, in which he discussed the struggles and successes of his party—as well as how it will move forward after Nov. 8.
Truthdig journalists met with Green Party vice presidential nominee Ajamu Baraka on Thursday to discuss the election and the party’s future.
A fictional conversation between two friends shows how disenchanted voters can team up "to vote their actual preference" instead of voting for "the lesser evil."
Only privileged people with some attachment to the system believe the major-party candidates are the best the United States can offer, says the Green Party nominee. The disenfranchised—immigrants, people of color and young people locked into debt—are demanding real change.
I continue to hear from many people who call themselves progressives or liberals but tell me they won’t vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming election. With due respect, I believe they’re wrong.
The Green Party and the Libertarian Party, largely ignored by the mainstream media and barred from the debate stage, use Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and other internet platforms.
Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein and Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson took to Twitter and utilized Facebook’s live-streaming service to share their reactions to the first of the presidential debates.