The disenfranchisement of felons has played a key role in the outcome of elections throughout the country. In 2000, it even decided the presidential race. What impact will this undemocratic practice have this year?
Dr. David Casarett makes the case that the FDA, the medical community and even big pharma are all angling for their piece of the brownie.
In 2014, more veterans died by their own hand than all the US soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan to date. Politicians talk about helping veterans, but will they ever do more than talk?
Biden visits Turkey at a time when many wonder whether the country with NATO’s second-largest military is drifting away from the alliance
A new batch of emails released by Judicial Watch Monday show that Clinton Foundation donors enjoyed access to the Democratic nominee when she was Secretary of State.
Relentless cyber attacks combined with lax security measures not only put the data of Americans at risk but could influence the outcome of this election.
In part two of Russ’s discussion of the 9/11 attacks and the secrets the US continues to hide from the public, he explores the role of the Saudis in the terrorist attack, and the reasons the US sought to hide their involvement.
Journalist Ben Ehrenreich, who lived among Palestinians on the West Bank for three years, shares stories of unspeakable oppression.
The “real” America lives beyond national statistics, as these profiles of three bellwether counties demonstrate.
George H.W. Bush knew the family of the man who shot Bush’s then-boss Ronald Reagan, in 1981. With the shooter now freed, it’s time, finally, to take a closer look.
The US offers safe havens to criminals using secret shell companies. Recent scandals are pushing Congress to act, but reforms are opposed by lawyers and by the states that profit from selling secrecy.
There have been two formal investigations of the causes of the 9/11 attacks, but Russ Baker believes the public continues to remain in the dark about what really happened, and the possible culpability of the CIA in failing to prevent the tragedy.
The media propelled Donald Trump to the head of the GOP ticket and made buckets of cash in the process. But now the press is turning on Trump.
About half the fruits and vegetables grown in America are not pretty enough to fetch a good price, so they end up in landfills where they rot — releasing large amounts of greenhouse gases. In the meantime, millions starve. This video examines the causes, and offers solutions.
A little-known rule passed by the American Psychiatric Association in 1973 prevents psychiatrists from expressing their opinions about the mental health of our candidates.