The marxist economist gets to the root of a question about how to address the issues facing Western society today.
The FCC votes along party lines to repeal the "net neutrality" rule adopted in 2015.
The Palestinian artist, whose work has been showcased by the United Nations, draws inspiration for many of his cartoons from the time he spent in an Israeli prison.
SLAPP, which stands for “Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation,” is a suit brought by big corporations intended to censor, intimidate and silence critics.
Journalist Shir Hever traces current Middle East turmoil to the Ottoman Empire and asks viewers to question the shifting paradigms of the discord.
The Code Pink activist explores how the phenomenon named by President Eisenhower became one of the leading forces behind the now consistently bellicose state of the U.S.
The California-based outdoors company calls for action against the president's plan to reduce the size of two national monuments in Utah.
The Marxist economist delivers his analysis with an important stipulation on contradictions libertarians haven't faced.
"We've lost a voice that is unafraid to speak truth to power, and that longs to do that," the award-winning poet tells Hedges.
In a powerful speech delivered at the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, N.Y., the Truthdig columnist analyzes fascism and empire in the Trump age.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer explains the global implications of replacing the secretary of state with CIA chief Mike Pompeo.
"If it comes to a military crunch," historian McCoy tells Truthdig columnist Hedges, "we could lose."
The Truthdig columnist delves into his own journey as an author and educator during a recent speech.