While the 2016 elections are critical, says Noam Chomsky, people should also direct their energy toward building movements.
Republican presidential candidates remain unwilling to confront climate change, even as it affects their own constituents.
By feeding off widespread anger, Trump makes clear that he is in exaggerated form symptomatic of a larger problem, which is an assault on democracy itself.
The people of the US now believe the entire process is rigged in favor of rich contributors.
The GOP’s past two presidential nominees, Mitt Romney and John McCain, denounced Donald Trump.
Advocates say universal health care is crucial for ending HIV and AIDS, but politicians often leave HIV out of the health-care debate.
Political rhetoric in the GOP has degenerated into name-calling and petty insults.
Who will get your support as the best candidate to continue killing the loved ones of others?
The biggest voting day of the presidential primary race was a big victory night for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump.
The mental gymnastics required to pull the handle for Trump while clinging to the scraps of your alleged moral code must be dynamic.