The "Last Week Tonight" host picks apart the president's approach to the world, starting with his motto "America First."
Lissa Lucas is running for the West Virginia Statehouse, and her campaign gets a boost after she calls out lawmakers backing a fracking bill.
Student David Hogg lambasts lawmakers' "thoughts and prayers" and reliance on "ideas" over legislation that could help save lives.
The renowned linguist and thinker offers a warning about the threat of nuclear war but maintains there's still reason to be positive.
Aaron Maté, host for The Real News Network and a contributor to The Nation, discusses how the mainstream media is covering the story.
"Beginning after the Great Recession and after the Occupy movement," the Democracy Now! reporter tells Chris Hedges, "a whole new [urban] resistance movement developed in America."
Journalist John Pilger delivers a lecture in Cape Town in memory of anti-apartheid campaigner Abdulhay Ahmed Saloojee.
Ahed Tamimi, now in jail and awaiting trial for protesting Israeli occupation of her village, was interviewed by journalist Abby Martin in 2016.
The current state of America has a lot of people feeling anxious and depressed about our future. But in uncertain times, a little humor can be a tonic.
The Truthdig columnist sits down with the architect and activist to discuss the hidden racial narratives in building design and construction.
The lifelong activist discusses the roots of the anti-war movement and her ideas about how protest tactics can be effectively implemented.
Donald Trump's voters bought a lot of what he said during his campaign, but in his first year as president he's often done the opposite of what he assured Americans before taking office.
Norman Solomon, Phyllis Bennis and Max Blumenthal agree that President Trump's address satisfied his base and will mobilize activists on the fringe.