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WATCH: Disillusioned Trump Voter Goes Off on Supporters Still Making Excuses for the President

“That’s a bunch of crap, and you all know it!” A panel of Trump supporters on CNN went completely off the rails Tuesday after one regretful Trump voter lashed out at his fellow participants for making outlandish excuses for the president's flip-flops on key issues. Show More Summary

WATCH: Ivanka Trump Booed and Hissed After Praising Dad as 'Tremendous Champion' of Families

The first daughter was razzed during a W20 conference in Germany Tuesday. Ivanka Trump faced a hostile reception at the W20 conference in Germany on Tuesday when she praised her father as a “tremendous champion” of families. As reported...Show More Summary

John Oliver Explains Why Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Aren't Going to Save the White House

On the latest Last Week Tonight, John Oliver challenged the popular belief that President Donald Trump's closest advisers, his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner, are moderating forces in the White House. According to...Show More Summary

As Soon as Trump Started Bombing, the Corporate Media and Establishment Rushed to Call Him 'Presidential'

Why Trump’s Wars Should Seem So Familiar MOAB sounds more like an incestuous, war-torn biblical kingdom than the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast, aka “the mother of all bombs.”  Still, give Donald Trump credit.  Only the really,Show More Summary

What Is 'White Supremacy'? A Brief History of a Term, and a Movement, That Continues to Haunt America

The term gets thrown around carelessly, but the history of this ideology is long and tangled. We must secure the existence of our people and the future of White children. — David Lane’s 14-word creed. Hardly any concept is thrown around...Show More Summary

Noam Chomsky: What Trump's Election Means for Humanity's 'Prospects of Survival'

Participants from about 200 countries at the Marrakech climate conference mulled over the incoming U.S. president's affect on the planet. Noam Chomsky ended his “Prospects for Survival" talk sponsored by the Political Economy Research...Show More Summary

Brave New Films: Trump Bombing Afghanistan to Look Strong Is Picking on One of the World's Poorest Nations

Look at how people are living in a nation under U.S. attack. Thinking about the Trumpian decision last week to drop an enormous bomb on one of the world’s poorest country, I can’t help but flash back to that now infamous photo op of the leader of the free world at the wheel of a mammoth tractor-trailer. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's 100 Days Flip-Flop: After Campaigning on A '100-Day Plan,' Trump Now Calls It a 'Ridiculous Standard'

"Americans will be voting for this 100-day plan," Trump said while campaigning in Gettysburg. Less than three weeks before last year’s election, Donald Trump traveled to Gettysburg to lay out his priorities for his first 100 days as president. Show More Summary

Artist Ravi Zupa Takes on Racist Police Killings

Dragons, swords and skeletons help tell the story of police brutality. Amid the daily panic of the Trump administration, artist Ravi Zupa wanted to make sure Americans don't neglect the epidemic of police violence. So he collaborated with Art Responders, a San Francisco-based activist art collective, to create Countdown to Justice. Show More Summary

Why Do People Cherry-Pick Which Science They Accept?

It’s not just the science-denier's fault. It’s also science’s Achilles' heel. Have you heard of Cafeteria Catholicism? It’s what they call heresy these days, picking and choosing which religious laws one lives by as though picking tidbits you like at a salad bar. Show More Summary

Trump's First 100 Days: More Frightening, or More Pathetic?

"We have done so much," boasts the president. But other than scary Jeff Sessions, it's been unmitigated failure. There is a lot of chatter these days about the looming milestone of the “first 100 days” of the Donald Trump administration and how he measures up in presidential history. Show More Summary

I Underwent Genital Mutilation As a Child—Right Here in the United States

Last week, an Indian-American doctor was arrested in Michigan, charged with performing female genital cutting on two seven-year-old girls. As the story hit the local press, then the New York Times, and was even shared by George Takei...Show More Summary

Why Trumpian Conspiracy Theories and Anti-Semitism Are Intimately Connected

Our modern political climate has helped bolster the oldest conspiracy theory of all. Earlier this month, white nationalists found cause to rejoice. The culprit behind many of the bomb threats plaguing JCCs and Jewish schools around the country?—?a young American-Israeli man living in Ashkelon, in the south of Israel?—?was arrested. Show More Summary

I Met the White Nationalist Who Says Trump Made Him Rough Up a Protester

For once, liberals and white supremacists agree on something: President Donald Trump's rhetoric incites right-wing violence. On Monday, Matthew Heimbach, a notorious 26-year-old white nationalist who was filmed shoving an African American...Show More Summary

As He Leaves Fox, Here Are Bill O’Reilly’s Worst Moments on the Air

Twenty-one years of racism, sexism and homophobia. Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly has helped set the bar for the normalization and dissemination of right-wing hatred, offering incendiary commentary about sexual harassment and assault, gender,...Show More Summary

The Trump Administration Is Apparently Terrified of Actually Making a Decision About Paris

This story was originally published by the Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Donald Trump's aides have abruptly postponed a meeting to determine whether the US should remain in the Paris climate...Show More Summary

I Went Behind the Front Lines With the Far-Right Agitators Who Invaded Berkeley

Last week, as far-right political agitators made plans to descend on Berkeley, California, I heard that some members of the Three Percenters militia movement would be among them. Having gone undercover with a border militia last year, I went to Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary

Inside the Underground Anti-Racist Movement That Brings the Fight to White Supremacists

At lunchtime on May 19, 2012, 18 masked men and women shouldered through the front door of the Ashford House restaurant in Tinley Park, Illinois, a working-class suburb of Chicago. Some diners mistook the mob for armed robbers. Others thought they might be playing a practical joke. Show More Summary

Left Hook: A Brief History of Nazi Punching in America

Long before the New York Times wondered, "Is it O.K. to punch a Nazi?," far-right extremists were confronted by militant anti-fascists. These groups' roots go back before World War II, when radicals battled nascent fascists and Nazis in the streets of Europe. Show More Summary

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