Elizabeth Warren said she won't run for president in 2016, which was a huge positive for Hillary. But is it a positive for liberals, too?
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Although underreported in the media, Free Syrian Army and its affiliates are complicit in several of their own war crimes. As such, it is flawed to label them as "moderates."
On the Today Show, Donald Rumsfeld implied that he would like to see the Obama administration take more aggressive action in Syria, further pushing the neoconservative agenda.
Dennis Rodman continues to insist his visits to North Korea aren't diplomatic, but also insists they'll improve relations. But this comes at the cost of Kim Jong-un's brutalized subjects.
It seems clear that the U.S. is going to attack the al-Assad regime and many are astutely asking how al-Qaeda will benefit. The larger and longer the operation, the more Al-Qaeda gains.
Obama and Biden threatened to impeach Bush if he took action on Iran without congressional approval. Now they're hypocritically about to launch their second war without congressional approval.
It's becoming increasingly clear that the United States is going to engage in military action against Syria. But how much do you know about the country and its brutal rulers?
CIA operatives arrested Patrick Campbell at JFK International for smuggling uranium in the soles of his shoes, with the ultimate intention of shipping yellowcake from Sierra Leone to Iran.
Chelsea Manning is asking the military to fund her hormone replacement therapy. The government is responsible for providing healthcare to transgender inmates just as it does for cisgender ones.
BOSS, a new facial recognition technology in development by the Department of Homeland Security, promises to combat terrorism and crime but could have sinister applications if left unregulated.
Al Jazeera has faced fire from the U.S. public and literal fire from the U.S. government. However Al Jazeera America promises to shake up cable news, provided Americans discard their biases.
The British government arrested and interrogated David Miranda, Glenn Greenwald's partner, on terrorism charges, questioning him about Edward Snowden for nine hours and seizing his electronics.
Bahrain security forces arrested a U.S. national and subjected him to torture. The U.S. is doing little to help because of its cozy relationship with the Al-Khalifa regime.
The Egyptian army has made good on a longstanding threat to violently end the pro-Morsi protests. The U.S. gave up any power to stop them when John Kerry said they were "restoring democracy."
Liberal, libertarian, or conservative, there's reason for everyone to oppose North Carolina's new voter ID law, which skews election results, wastes taxpayer money, and reduces transparency.
Some call it an expression of harmless political satire and others say it's KKK rally racism. The real disgrace is that taxpayers paid for it.
The media has recently revealed that the NSA likely collects and monitors all of Americans' international communications without a warrant, reading it if it contains a reference to a "target."
On shaky legal, historical, and theological grounds, Kenyan lawyer Dola Indidis wants to sue Italy and Israel to exonerate Jesus in the International Court of Justice.
Apple tries to deflect the blame for worker's rights abuses onto its suppliers, but the rigid contracts that only allow manufacturers to turn a narrow project actively encourage worker abuse.
Edward Snowden's recent leaks have shined light on the NSA's extensive, opaque surveillance techniques. The DEA is likely making use of this intelligence and then officially covering it up.
Fox News is under the delusion that asking an academic the same question over and over again is good journalism. In this case, they ask: why would a Muslim write a book about Jesus?
A gun rights advocate spends his free time carrying around his AR-15 and ammo in pubic in order to provoke police into confronting him, filming the encounters and posting them on YouTube.
Rand Paul rebuts Chris Christie's attacks, which malign Paul's defense of the fourth amendment as dangerous and esoteric, even as he uses 9/11 to exaggerate the odds of a terrorist attack.
Louisiana is one of the most violent states in the nation. But East Baton Rouge's sheriff has another priority: luring gay men to their arrests under archaic sodomy laws.
The House votes against defunding PRISM and scaling back the PATRIOT Act. Republicans in particular prevented the measure, despite their obsession with "small government."