Elizabeth Vos reviews the infamous legal case of Marc Dutroux and why it engendered public distrust in the institutions of
The current format for presidential-primary debates serves the networks, but not the voters or candidates.
President Trump is expected to announce Thursday that he is abandoning his long-running legal battle to add a citizenship question
Jonathan Cook explains why the wave of pro-Zionist preachers taking an interest in Israel is bad news for Palestinians and
Consortium News announces the launch on Friday of a weekly webcast news show as a successor to the Vigils for Assange
Craig Murray has a strong hunch about why someone would leak Kim Darroch’s scathing comments about Trump. By Craig
Embattled Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta defended his handling of the 2008 sex abuse case against billionaire Jeffrey Epstein on
The High Court decided to do nothing about a practice that, in the words of dissenting Justice Elena Kagan, “beats
Pelosi reportedly rebuked some high-profile progressive members of her caucus in a closed-door meeting Wednesday.
Russia and China are forging stronger ties, gaining ground on the U.S. and rattling Washington, writes Dilip Hiro. By Dilip
The case should end a nearly 50-year era in which the mandarins of our cultures almost unanimously ignored, laughed off,
Two U.S. Marines in California were arrested last week and charged with smuggling undocumented immigrants across the southern border, according
The presidential hopeful’s record in California undermines her claim to progressive credentials, says Marjorie Cohn. By Marjorie Cohn Truthout Sen. Kamala
The women of the U.S. national soccer team are famous for being extraordinary athletes, repeat world champions — and plaintiffs.
The Trump administration’s incessant sanctions wars are curbing the dollar’s global hegemony and speeding the demise of U.S. empire.
Billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein helped president Bill Clinton devise the Clinton Global Initiative, according to a letter his attorneys sent