Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton may have had their differences in the past, but the two now share one common cause: Never Trump.
The Haaretz correspondent for the occupied territories and author of “Drinking the Sea at Gaza” has angered Israeli and Palestinian leadership with her uncompromising honesty.
Women’s health advocates rejoiced Monday as controversial abortion restrictions were overturned because they pose an unconstitutional burden.
The British multinational security services company could help tie up some loose ends in the Omar Mateen story. But don’t expect much transparency or further explanation.
Follow along as Natasha Hakimi Zapata, a Truthdig assistant editor, joins Corbyn’s grass-roots followers as members of his party try force his resignation after the Brexit vote.
The NSA whistleblower called the law moving through Russia’s Legislature an “unworkable, unjustifiable violation of rights” that would “take money and liberty from every Russian without improving safety.”
Secret spending at the local level in the United States rose from 24 percent in 2006 to 71 percent in 2014, a landmark survey finds.
Spaniards were given another opportunity to choose their leaders on Sunday after a general election six months ago resulted in a deadlock. And yet, the results feel a bit like déjà vu.
The real nightmare is likely to emerge in 2020 or thereafter, if and when a far more capable politician than Donald Trump embraces retrograde positions and rides an angry, wounded America into Washington.