The Truthdig columnist and the two filmmakers discuss Israeli war crimes committed against the people of Gaza.
One of the biggest challenges to our democracy occurs when states draw congressional district lines with the principal goal of helping one political party and hurting the other.
The independent reporter discusses the obstacles she and such journalists as Truthdig's Chris Hedges face as they provide an alternative narrative to mainstream news.
"Sooner or later, we will enter our lands, and we will free it, and we will kick the occupiers out of our land," said Abu Mohammed about the Great March of Return.
"Full Frontal" host Samantha Bee has a clear message for former guest and former New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Police forcibly removed former CIA analyst Ray McGovern from the Senate hearing for the CIA director nominee who oversaw torture during her tenure.
In the last election, there were more than 224 million citizens over the age of 18 in the U.S., but only 157 million were registered voters, and even fewer actually voted.
America used to have antitrust laws that stopped corporations from monopolizing markets, and often broke up the biggest culprits. No longer.
Recent shock over the former New York mayor's comments as President Trump's lawyer fails to take into account Giuliani's past, argues the "Last Week Tonight" host.
The journalist and media critic discusses how the party can move forward.
In a video for acTVism Munich, the renowned Marxist economist explains what "homework" Orwell would've benefited from.
The average state salary in Cuba is about $31 a month—so what are they celebrating?
The musician's "emotion picture," a short film including songs from her latest album, is replete with queer imagery, repudiation of racism and a celebration of progressive American values.