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The selection of John Bolton for the position of National Security Advisor on Apr. 9, 2018, was, to those familiar with his record of warmongering and extremism, one of the scariest moments of Trump’s presidency so far. Earlier this month, he confirmed that notion in a fiery speech to the Federalist Society, a right-wing think tank in Washington, D.C.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord was a symbolic promise to the world that the U.S. will not do its part in preventing catastrophic climate change. The Trump administration is following through on that symbolic promise.
United States District Judge Royce Lamberth declared a mistrial Wednesday in the second trial of Nicholas Slatten over shootings he carried out along with three other employees of the private military contractor Blackwater, now renamed Academi, in Iraq in 2007.
The United States has announced it will end all funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, or UNRWA. The State Department justified its decision by calling UNRWA “irredeemably flawed.”
It’s the second week of classes. It's the time of year when you can eat dinner for free on a daily basis.
There is a cult of stress at IU.
The deceptively-titled Free Speech Coalition, which is actually the largest American trade association and advocacy group that works on behalf of the pornography industry, has been handed a big win by U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson.
As the U.S. corporate media consistently fixes its attention on President Donald Trump’s tweets, his scandals and the drama of the Mueller probe, the Trump administration is steadily eroding the hope for the survival of human civilization as we know it.
Julian Assange has very few friends. The Australian founder and editor of WikiLeaks has at various times angered the right, the left, the center and an array of world governments.
Nothing attracts the attention of the news media like death and carnage. Right?
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, former CIA Director John Brennan, ranking minority member of the House Armed Services Committee Rep. Adam Smith, D-Washington, and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Maryland, among others, have all accused President Donald Trump of committing “treason” via his comments at Monday’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland.
The Planned Parenthood branch in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is now closed for the foreseeable future. Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, or PPINK, the organization that oversaw the Fort Wayne branch, has publicly attributed this closure to harassment and intimidation by Allen County Right to Life and other anti-abortion groups.
Sometimes, the most courageous and groundbreaking thing a stand-up comedian can do is refuse to be funny.
Ever since the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un in early June, many in Congress and the U.S. media have complained Trump legitimized the North Korean dictator’s authoritarian rule by meeting with and praising him.
The most-watched news anchor on cable television, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, seems to have an almost superhuman ability to tie all the news of Trump’s presidency into her wild conspiracy theories about “Russiagate,” never letting a stark lack of evidence get in her way.
ISIS’s “caliphate” in Iraq and Syria has been eradicated, and this is cause for celebration. While much of the damage done by ISIS is permanent, Syrian and Iraqi civilians have been overwhelmingly relieved to see the group expelled from their cities and towns.
Almost nine months after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, 2017, some of the island’s residents still have not had their electricity restored.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted last Thursday to mandate a Department of Defense investigation into whether U.S. forces have violated federal law or defense department policy in Yemen.
Ever since Palestinians began demonstrating at the fence surrounding Gaza on March 30, the U.S. media has been parroting the propaganda of the Israeli government — the notion that the six weeks of protests in Gaza were actually six weeks of terrorism orchestrated by Hamas.
Sixty Palestinians were killed by Israeli troops during demonstrations at the fence surrounding Gaza on Monday, just as Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin and high-ranking Israeli officials celebrated the dedication of a new embassy in Jerusalem.