Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced yesterday the creation of a “religious liberty task force.”
Following devastating fires in Greece that forced people into the sea, most of the West Coast of the United States is engulfed in flames.
Three more Palestinian protesters were killed by Israeli snipers Friday amidst the ongoing Great March of Return protests.
Los Angeles Federal Judge Dolly Gee has ordered that an independent monitor be appointed to enforce health and safety standards in children detention centers.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has announced that she intends to remain on the court for at least five more years.
The president has threatened to shut down the government if Democrats refuse to allocate $25 billion to the border wall.
A new report from PBS suggests that the death toll in Flint, Michigan may be much higher than the state has claimed.
Boots Riley’s new hit movie, “Sorry to Bother You,” is a call to arms for disenfranchised and abused workers everywhere.
Trump and the president of the European Commission have agreed to a deal that Trump claims will end the trade war he started.
New rules proposed by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos would but some $13 billion in federal student loan relief.