In many key ways, America’s political and financial practices make it far more corrupt than the usual global suspects.
Undeterred by Florida legislators' inaction on gun control, Stoneman Douglas students who survived the massacre at their school are on the move.
The president signs a memorandum directing the Justice Department to complete a review on bump stocks and propose a rule “banning all devices that turn legal weapons into machine guns.”
You can complain or bury your head in the sand, but you also have another option.
The "Last Week Tonight" host picks apart the president's approach to the world, starting with his motto "America First."
It's simple: semi-automatic rifles. President Trump keeps droning on about gang violence. Could this offer a path to legislating restrictions on these firearms?
We are forgetting the real meaning of America—the ideals on which the nation was built, including the seemingly long-forgotten "common good."
In the wake of a deadly high school shooting, Gov. Rick Scott vows to keep guns from the mentally ill, and Broward County's sheriff calls for giving law enforcement more power to detain people who make threats.
The renowned linguist and thinker offers a warning about the threat of nuclear war but maintains there's still reason to be positive.