The president-elect took credit for persuading the air conditioner manufacturer to keep more than 1,000 jobs in the U.S. But there’s more to the story.
Gen. James Mattis, who has been tapped for secretary of Defense, also said he was against getting involved in Syria and warned that military action can’t resolve the issue of Iran’s nuclear enrichment program.
The Intercept reached out to nine tech companies, including Facebook, to see where they stand on helping the Trump administration track Muslims.
In the Trump era, Americans will need to consolidate counterpower via participatory democracy and economic self-management at the local level.
Scientists show how different the world would be without a sprinkling of wind-borne fine particles from Africa that fertilize oceans and forests.
“History will absolve me,” the leader of the Cuban Revolution famously predicted. It’s a hard point to argue in light of what he achieved for his country despite incessant interference by the United States.
The groundbreaking musician sang about revolution against an unfair global system and nearly paid with his life in 1976. In the U.S., the rise of Bernie Sanders gives reason to believe Americans are becoming aware of the changes that Marley envisioned.
A Truthdig correspondent (pictured) describes a law enforcement barrage involving anti-crowd chemicals, stun grenades and water cannons that soaked marchers in subzero temperatures.
In the latest episode of Joshua Scheer’s podcast “Informed Rant,” Scheer sits down with Yves Smith, founder and editor of Naked Capitalism, one of more than 200 non-mainstream news websites portrayed by a shadowy “research” group as pro-Russia propagandists.