Astroturfing, the term used to describe marketing campaigns that are camouflaged as activism, is becoming more prevalent.
There is a very real possibility of a rogue constitutional convention—empowering extremists to radically reshape the Constitution, our laws and our country.
On "Late Night with Seth Meyers," the host checks in on the acting Environmental Protection Agency chief, a man Politico recently said "should scare anyone who breathes."
The young woman captured international attention last year when she was filmed striking Israeli military members after learning that her 15-year-old cousin had been shot by soldiers.
"Both well-meaning and more illicit-minded intelligence professionals basically realize [exposures of the inner workings of power] can't go on," the publisher and journalist tells the "On Contact" host in a discussion about attacks on such organizations as WikiLeaks.
The Truthdig editor in chief reflects on the late congressman's contributions to American history.
About half of the entire private-sector workforce has no employer-sponsored retirement plan. Several states are trying to address this, but the investment industry is aggressively seeking to block them.
The "Last Week Tonight" host outlines why "we need to find out who our district attorneys are and get a sense of the policies and priorities that they're carrying out where we live."
President Trump’s crack lawyer keeps working the cable news outlets to stick up for his boss.
The rare example of an activist politician able to work effectively from within the American political system, Dellums distinguished himself by taking strong stances about divisive issues in America and on the global stage.
Zohar Regev Chamberlain says the injustice she witnessed as a child in Israel moved her to defend Palestinian human rights.
The "Last Week Tonight" host offers a primer on sexual harassment in the workplace three decades ago and today, then invites a special guest to talk about her personal experience in battling the issue.
As Google faced an internal employee revolt over its involvement in the Pentagon’s drone warfare program, WestExec—a firm headed by veterans of the Obama administration—stepped in to help. The case highlights the deep ties between the tech industry and government officials, says Yasha Levine.