GREGORY KATZ and DANICA KIRKA / The Associated PressOct 23, 2019
Details about where the victims were from are scarce as police try to trace the movements of a cargo truck's container. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
By John Pilger / JohnPilger.comSep 22, 2017
The revisionism never stops. The blood never dries. The invader is pitied and purged of guilt while "searching for meaning in a terrible tragedy." Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
Donald Kaufman / TruthdigJul 30, 2014
Jennifer Hudson is preparing to release a new album, “JHUD,” in September -- her third studio album and her first since the conclusion of the lengthy trial of the man who killed three of her closest family members -- and her faith, in the wake of tragedy, is stronger than ever. Jennifer Hudson is preparing to release a new album, “JHUD,” in September—her third studio album and her first since the conclusion of the lengthy trial of the man who killed three of her closest family members. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
By Chris Hedges, Boston ReviewJul 14, 2012
War is always about betrayal—betrayal of the young by the old, of idealists by cynics, and of soldiers and Marines by politicians. Dig deeper ( 16 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigSep 5, 2010
Weeks of unrelenting rains triggered a series of landslides in the Guatemalan town of Alaska on the Pan-American Highway, burying as many as 300 people. President Alvaro Colom warned that thousands more people are at risk as the government runs out of money to deal with the crisis. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigDec 10, 2008
Keith Olbermann, in this comma-laden "Countdown" diatribe, really lets loose on the idea of George Bush's legacy being anything but a dishonorable, terror-filled and disastrous eight years. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Andy Borowitz / TruthdigFeb 12, 2006
A member of the U.S. Olympic ski team was disqualified from competition today when it was learned that he did not have a sufficiently compelling human storyline to exploit on the NBC telecast of the worldwide sporting event. (satire) Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Ron Kovic / TruthdigJan 26, 2006
Paralyzed from the chest down by Vietnam War wounds, and confined to a wheelchair for almost 40 years, Ron Kovic stands as a symbol of the brutality of war. He also exemplifies a man's ability to transform such tragedy into a lifelong pursuit of peace -- for himself and his country. Listen to the audio, then come view the site's Kovic photo gallery. Dig deeper
Zuade Kaufman / TruthdigJan 18, 2006
Ron Kovic, the author of "Born on the Fourth of July," the classic personal memoir about the aftermath of the Vietnam War, remains a committed activistPhoto Gallery. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
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