Victims of Franco Regime Still Search for Justice

Reading Time: 5 minutes When Spanish dictator Francisco Franco died on November 20, 1975, former US President Richard Nixon described

OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges, Acknowledges Role in Opioid Crisis

The drugmaker, in a virtual hearing, admitted to obstructing the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s efforts to fight the opioid addiction

Pennsylvania Republicans File Emergency Lawsuit to Block Certification of Election Results

Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes over President Trump and is expected to be awarded the Keystone State’s

Judge Finds the Fatal Flaw in Trump Campaign’s Pennsylvania Case

The campaign’s post-election lawsuit was tossed, just before the commonwealth’s certification deadline.

Lindsey Graham’s the Law-and-Disorder Senator

Reading Time: < 1 minute South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who faces an ethics complaint for allegedly trying to sway

The Fake Controversy around Steve Mnuchin’s Fed Letter

Silly debates over whether emergency credit-facility programs should be allowed to expire — they should — distract from a more