Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges sits down with sociologist Alex Vitale, author of "The End of Policing," to discuss the nature of law enforcement in the U.S.
American journalist and former Taliban hostage Jere Van Dyk discusses the secret world of political kidnappings in the Middle East.
The "Trews" host shares his thoughts on how Americans' refusal to deal with its violent foundation has partly led to the rise of Donald Trump.
The "Last Week Tonight" host expresses his outrage at the consumer credit reporting agency and offers some advice about how to protect yourself.
Don’t fall for supply-side, trickle-down nonsense. Lower taxes on the rich don’t generate growth and jobs.
Truthdig columnist Hedges and author-activist Lakey discuss the practical implementations, particularly when dealing with fascists and the economic elites.
The "Last Week Tonight" host argues that removing the racist symbols is a way to come to terms with American history.
Oregon passed a law preventing state agencies from targeting undocumented immigrants 30 years ago. Now, California is following its lead.
"Antifa is not a recipe for changing all of society," Bray tells the Truthdig columnist in a recent episode of "On Contact."
At a time of unprecedented unrest in the world, Mahatma Gandhi's message of nonviolence remains relevant.
Trump and Republicans are trying to sell you the idea that American corporations need a tax cut in order to be competitive. Don't buy it.
We must make sure our democracy doesn’t ever again elect a candidate who loses the popular vote. That means making the Electoral College inconsequential.
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges interviews Dr. Hage Geingob about Namibia's continuing fight for justice and economic independence.