You’re right to mistrust conventional politicians. But why do you think he’ll treat you any better?
New documents obtained by Vice’s Jason Leopold shed light on the actions of the intelligence agency after it was caught spying on its Senate overseers.
According to her lawyer, the former intelligence analyst is being threatened with indefinite solitary confinement for the most minor transgressions imaginable.
The cable news network that trained its audience to see media criticism of Republican politicians as evidence of bias is attacked for its coverage of Trump.
Gunshots in Ferguson overshadowed a day of protest, even as activists at a Bernie Sanders event in Seattle alienated potential allies.
The rivals for the GOP nomination have starkly different opinions about the protections of the Fourth Amendment.
Five years ago, the real-estate developer turned presidential candidate offered an unsolicited donation, and along with it, a hint about his priorities.
This is the video that three police officers wish you hadn’t seen—and are suing to stop internal affairs from investigating.
An activist group is trying to discredit Planned Parenthood with covertly recorded videos even as contraception advocates are touting a method that sharply reduces unwanted pregnancies.
A hawkish senator doesn't apply the lessons of Iraq
The Wall Street Journal’s eyebrow-raising story of how the presidential candidate and her husband accepted cash from UBS without any regard for the appearance of impropriety that it created.
His press conference announcing murder charges had just one flaw: He understated how often police officers shoot unarmed people in traffic stops.
From their perches in the private sector, they are speaking out against the push by current government officials to mandate “backdoors” in communication platforms.
An off-duty Medford, Massachusetts, cop threatened a motorist during a traffic stop. His colleagues seemed unperturbed by his behavior.
A new law meant to protect children could lead to fewer pedophiles getting treatment before acting on their sexual impulses.
Taking the measure of the presidential candidate using the Yelp reviews of his customers
The request for a formal probe highlights the deep dysfunction of America’s system for classifying documents and prosecuting leaks.
Exceptional nonfiction stories from 2014 that are still worth encountering today
The city is fighting to keep videos of the May shootout at the Twin Peaks restaurant out of the press, and still hasn’t confirmed how many victims were shot by police.
The Republican establishment struggles to control a candidate whose success is built on factors it finds convenient to ignore.