Truthdig launched a redesigned site Aug. 9. Here's what some of our readers think.
Well, this is a real honor: Truthdig is grateful to be a 2015 Webby Awards nominee for Best Political Blog/Website. Needless to say, we're in some good company.
U.S. technology chief Todd Y. Park is among those who have been asked by the White House to sort out the notoriously malfunctioning federal exchange website built by a unit of CGI Group Inc.
Truthdig is honored to have once again been named the Best News Website Exclusive to the Internet during the 55th annual Southern California Journalism Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles.
As a small but tenacious site, we are gratified to be one of the finalists among an array of heavy hitters in the categories of best political website and best political blog. But we still need your help.
What may seem like a small story of interest merely to geeks and journalists shows that corporations do, in fact, tell their editors what they can say.
George Zimmerman has taken to the Web to drum up support -- and to support himself. The 28-year-old former neighborhood watch patrolman, who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26, has launched a website seeking donations to cover his legal and living expenses.
Here we have the latest news in the blossoming social networking subdiscipline of neurology, about which we are not entirely kidding, as a team of researchers from University College London has found a possible link between the size of their subjects' flocks of Facebook friends and the size of certain parts of their brains. (more)
An Arizona law allowing the state to build its own security fence along the border with Mexico went into effect Wednesday, and the private donations necessary to fund the project have begun stacking up.