As the world burns, a new movement to reverse climate change is emerging - fiercely, loudly and right next door
New study reveals voting rights are in even worse trouble than you thought
New details on the 2004 death of a tribal leader raise troubling questions
High Comissioner for Human Rights says the U.S. is in "clear breach of international law"
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders leads the charge to rein in the banks
Guantanamo Bay prison plans expansion, while CIA official linked to torture cover-up gets promoted
The 'New York Times' columnist goes on a weird, bitter rant against gay rights
The 'Perks of Being A Wallflower' star heads to the North Pole with Greenpeace to protest oil and gas development
Stanford law students volunteer to help people imprisoned under a law that makes no sense
From Afghanistan to Iraq, Andrew Warren was a star CIA agent in the War on Terror. But did a life of secrets and severe interrogation lead to the sex crime he's in prison for?
While Wall Street crooks walk, thousands sit in California prisons for life over crimes as trivial as stealing socks
Segment will air on 'The Colbert Report' the week of April 8th
The secrets are out there, and sooner or later the government won't be able to justify keeping them from the public
Guitarist calls the emotional statement 'the most effective piece of anti-war literature written in 50 years'
Over 80 prisoners continue to be detained at the infamous jail despite being cleared for release
'My day of reckoning is upon me. Yours will come,' he warns
The controversial hacker's punishment highlights flaws in the justice system
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He was a tortured gay soldier who exposed the darkest secrets of the U.S. military – and he has been paying the price ever since