All In: The Fight for Democracy explores America’s history with voter suppression. In the Amazon Studios roll-out, director-producers Lisa Cortés and Liz Garbus inquire who is “we” in “We the People?” In an exclusive video interview with The Knockturnal, the two reveal America’s response prior to the film’s Sept. 18 release.
The President of the United States listed the achievements of the country, while also attacking specific countries by name.
The premiere of Michael Moore’s newest documentary “11/9” took place this past Thursday to a spirited audience at Alice Tully Hall in new York. The event was paired with a Q&A with the acclaimed director, hosted by New York Film Festival director Kent Jones, where the two discussed the film’s potential impact and modern relevance.
Although this year has been shrouded in moments of awe and pop culture phenomenon, the bad sometimes outweighs the good.
United Nations – United States President Donald Trump’s speech to the United Nation’s 72nd General Assembly was a expedition of name-dropping, finger-pointing, and hand-slapping, all somehow confined within Trump’s unmistakable “America First” campaign.
When Melania Trump took the stage at the Republican National Convention to speak about her husband, Donald Trump, people noticed that her speech had some similarities to Michelle Obama’s 2008 speech in support of husband and then presidential candidate, Barack Obama.
Donald Trump officially confirmed on Friday that he has chosen Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his pick for Vice President.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg apologized for her “ill-advised” comments towards presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
In a show of Democratic Party unity, Bernie Sanders officially endorsed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Tuesday.
After 150 years of existence, Ku Klux Klan leaders said they feel United States politics are going their way.