It’s an epidemic with life-and-death significance for a pivotal portion of Trump’s base, but the president has paid no attention
Many Democrats striving to replace Donald Trump are, while execrating him, paying him the sincerest form of flattery: imitation.
Oleg Deripaska did not exculpate Paul Manafort, but he raises more questions about Christopher Steele.
Discover the pleasure and relaxation of a good book written by JD Benish. Jim was recently interviewed by A&E Productions in reference to his book ‘Closed Eyes’ second edition.
They’ve voted to spend close to $1 million to destroy an important work by a major muralist (who was a
Nick Broomfield’s new documentary Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love exposes the singer-songwriter’s dark private life.
Without the awakening consciousness of the uniqueness of the American experience, the colonists could never have transcended their traditional loyalty
There’s nothing alien or un-American about Trump’s July 4th military hardware parade, writes Caitlin Johnstone. By Caitlin Johnstone CaitlinJohnstone.com “Putin’s
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Wednesday released a plan to address the increasing numbers of migrants crossing the southern border, calling
Natalia Veselnitskaya didn’t have “dirt” on Hillary Clinton and when the Russian lawyer met with Trump’s people her focus was
The American Medical Association has launched a lawsuit against North Dakota to halt the implementation of two state laws regarding
The Boeing Company has pledged to give $100 million to the families and communities of the victims who perished in
The ex-special counsel has agreed to take questions from a congressional committee and James Howard Kunstler can think of a
“Our enrichment rate is not going to be 3.67 percent anymore,” Iranian president Hassan Rouhani said during a broadcast on
There were Egyptian elections before Mohammed Morsi, who underestimated the anti-democratic impulses of Arab tyrannies, and assumed Western governments wouldn’t
Peace activism is rising, but that isn’t translating into huge street demonstrations, writes Allegra Harpootlian. By Allegra Harpootlian TomDispatch.com When