Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii announced she will launch a presidential campaign for 2020. Her campaign is likely to distinguish itself from other Democratic campaigns by making wars and broader United States foreign policy a major issue. Gabbard was elected to the Hawaii state legislature in 2002. She joined
A federal court in Iowa ruled the state’s corporate-backed “ag-gag” law, which targets journalists and activists, is unconstitutional.
Candice Crowder sues California prison employees after she was violently raped, placed in solitary confinement, and attacked with a box cutter.
A settlement over the unconstitutional lack of health care in Illinois prisons will include the appointment of a federal court monitor.
Why Establishment Democrats Are Attacking Journalism On Their Preferred 2020 Presidential Candidates
Establishment Democrats are waging smear campaign against journalist David Sirota and his reporting on Beto O’Rourke, who may run for president in 2020.
In the finale episode of the year for “Unauthorized Disclosure,” Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola welcome MintPress News founder Mnar Muhawesh.
Some of the top 2018 films that pushed boundaries, boldly challenged conventions, or simply presented fresh stories for moviegoers.
As the United States Senate was about to advance a war powers resolution against the Saudi Arabia-led war in Yemen, the Republican leadership in the House of Representatives sabotaged any further votes against the war in the House. Representative Paul Ryan and other GOP leaders in the House took the
Indigenous hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl saw magic in sunrises and rainfalls when he was a young boy. His appreciation of environment, what is natural, the humanity that binds people together, that gave him an innate sense of what was wrong with society, politicians, and the ecosystems that are dying around us.
Most press in the US have lionized George H.W. Bush, insisting he was a “kinder” and “gentler” statesman, who possessed a decency rarely exhibited in government anymore.