Louise Hung interviews Natsumi, a Japanese-American woman who survived internment in the 1940s, about her experiences in Tule Lake.
Should the United States be worried about Donald Trump’s obsession with brutal dictators, and what could it mean for a possible Trump presidency?
Monday’s Supreme Court decision was about a lot more than Texas’ HB2 and TRAP laws: It was about affirming abortion rights in frank terms.
Straight responses to the Pulse shooting are erasing very real social issues from racism to homophobia to the destruction of a generation. Here’s what they aren’t understanding about the social significance of America’s worst modern mass shooting.
Donald Trump and Senator Bernie Sanders have managed to successfully flip the narrative on Secretary Hillary Clinton, forcing her to continually defend herself from attacks rooted in misogynistic smears.
Kim Jung-un’s North Korea is a nation of human rights violations, poverty, lavish displays of wealth, and strange contradictions. The horrors endured by citizens deemed “disloyal” are nearly unbelievable, but the global community hasn’t acted. Why?
Media coverage of Prince’s death lingers over the fact that he was taking opioid medications, but there’s no surprise there. They were being used to manage his chronic pain, and using his as a figurehead for the “opioid epidemic” hurts addicts and patients alike.
As the Democrats squabble over the nomination, Donald Trump is amassing support from Republicans. Are Democrats really so confident that they can take him in November?
The quiescent lead contamination problem that has been bubbling along in the United States is finally appearing in the media, but one state has been left out of the coverage: Idaho, which is struggling with contamination paired with poor public health funding.
The United States could be on the verge of electing a power-hungry, vicious authoritarian who threatens the very foundations of our national security.