In conversation with Chris Hedges, Truthdig contributor Scott Ritter dissects the demise of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Chris Hedges speaks with journalist Max Blumenthal and Electronic Intifada co-founder Ali Abunimah about "The Lobby," a recently leaked four-part Al-Jazeera film.
More than 2,600 kids were separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy. What happened to those children?
Elizabeth Warren’s proposal, the Accountable Capitalism Act, is a good start at remaking the economic system so it works for all of us.
Replete with queer imagery, the artist's new "emotion picture" offers a repudiation of racism and a celebration of progressive values.
Multimedia journalist Michael Nigro will document the experiences of Central American families seeking asylum.
How can this be happening in plain sight as American citizens collectively hold $1.5 trillion in student loan debt?
Once Democrats take control of the House, you'll be hearing a lot about subpoenas and whether the president can be slapped with one.
"Patriot Act" host Hasan Minhaj explains the different branches of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and tries to make sense of Stephen Miller, the mastermind behind the administration's immigration policies.
The "Last Week Tonight" host analyzes three traits shared by authoritarian leaders to try to understand their appeal to voters.
With the deadly fires in California still burning and hundreds of people missing, Trump thought it would be a good idea to blame the fires on his favorite punching-bag state.
The Pulitzer Prize-winner delves into the "deep psychological distress" Americans have been plunged into as meaningful communal bonds are shattered.
President Trump turns a resounding Republican loss in the House of Representatives into a triumphant victory.