Disinformation is a key tool that fascists use to undermine democracies, ours included. New House Speaker Mike Johnson has been instrumental in sabotaging efforts to restrain election lies.
Christmas at the White House in 2020 was a special time. Friends, family and supporters all getting together to celebrate the season, and plan a coup.
Under Jones’ proposal teachers could be paid an extra $10,000 a year to pack heat on school grounds. If you believe the only solution to gun violence is more guns, his idea makes a perverted kind of sense.
Trump's RICO case in Fulton County, Georgia moves forward with trial starting soon. Meanwhile his followers are bombarding the DA with death threats, and one of his co-defendants is now a witness for the prosecution.
Male-dominated network of militants, academics, attorneys, judges, and activists lead drive to restrict, remove reproductive rights.
Lt. Governor Burt Jones and several of his colleagues are criticizing DA Fani Willis, claiming she is running a politically biased investigation that unfairly attacks Trump and other Republicans.
Banning books has been an issue in America since the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock. This modern crusade against books has been fueled by a small but noisy few that do not represent the majority.
Fulton Country D.A. Fanny Willis has put Trump and law enforcement on notice of upcoming indictments. So, Trump's camp is once again trying to block her from investigating his crimes.
President Biden took note of the ongoing and rising tide of racist violence, accurately pointing out that “the most dangerous terrorist threat to our homeland is white supremacy.” And Biden is not alone in that assessment.
Abortion foes have been very busy in the past year since an early draft of the Dobbs decision was leaked to the press—widening their attacks on women's reproductive rights.
The U.S. Department of Labor said that three separate franchises that operate a total of 62 McDonald’s restaurants across four states illegally employed 305 children sometimes without even paying them.
Georgia now empowers any parent to initiate a process to challenge to material believed to be “harmful to minors," in their opinion.