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Clinton’s Advisory Team Pressed for Wall Street Deregulation, Documents Show

New documents reveal the back story of how Wall Street deregulation was pushed by the advisers of President Clinton.

Posted on Apr 21, 2014 READ MORE



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Documents Show Close CIA Relationship to Gadhafi Regime

The CIA had a close relationship with Libyan intelligence under the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, according to documents seized from Libyan intelligence headquarters.

Posted on Sep 3, 2011 READ MORE



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Ex-Israeli Soldier Admits Leaking Secrets

In a plea deal with Israeli authorities, former soldier Anat Kamm has admitted to leaking more than 2,000 classified military documents to the Haaretz newspaper, including information on an Israeli operation aimed at killing West Bank Palestinian militants.

Posted on Feb 6, 2011 READ MORE


WikiLeaks Files Show Torture, Civilian Deaths and Contractor Abuses

Amy Goodman and the “Democracy Now!” team dig into the hundreds of thousands of documents that whistle-blowers released to the public and summarize the revelations.

Posted on Oct 25, 2010 READ MORE


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Pentagon Braces for Latest WikiLeaks Release

The Pentagon is once again articulating its oft-cited trope that release of classified documents on the WikiLeaks website could endanger U.S. and allied troops and Iraqi civilians as the whistle-blower site prepares to publish even more classified files on the Iraq War.

Posted on Oct 22, 2010 READ MORE


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Justice Torture Memos Say ‘Good Faith’ Is Legal Defense

Ah, good intentions, with which that famous path was paved: According to Justice Department documents   obtained and released by the ACLU on Thursday—albeit heavily redacted—CIA interrogators were authorized to use waterboarding and other “enhanced interrogation techniques” that they believed “in good faith” would not “have the specific intent to inflict severe pain or suffering.”

Posted on Jul 24, 2008 READ MORE


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U.K. Releases UFO Records

Britain’s Ministry of Defense is making public secret documents related to unidentified flying objects and alleged contacts with aliens. The records, collected between 1978 and 1987, include observations from the public as well as military personnel.

Posted on May 13, 2008 READ MORE


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Clinton Documents Land With a Thud

Journalists have been poring over the 11,000 or so pages of Hillary Clinton’s White House public schedules, just released by the National Archives and the Clinton Library. So far, they haven’t found much worth reporting.

Posted on Mar 20, 2008 READ MORE


Judge Silences Whistle-Blower Site

A California court has ordered Wikileaks.org, a Web site that allows users to anonymously post documents and allege corruption, to be shut down. A Swiss bank brought the case after someone using the site alleged the firm had facilitated money laundering. Wikileaks says it was “given only hours notice” of the hearing.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008 READ MORE


Marie Cocco: Your Papers, Please

The current push to require voters to supply proof of citizenship at the voting booth has very little to do with preventing illegal voting and much more to do with keeping away from the polls those most likely to vote for Democrats.

Posted on Jul 12, 2006 READ MORE


Do-it-Yourself Iraqi Documents Search

Now that 48,000 boxes of Arabic-language Iraqi documents captured in Iraq have hit the web, armchair analysts have their work cut out for them.

Posted on Mar 28, 2006 READ MORE


Investigators Smuggle Dirty Bomb Materials Into U.S.

The two government teams used fake documents to bring the radioactive materials through northern and southern borders.
And Bush & Co. are still pushing for a missile defense shield.

Posted on Mar 28, 2006 READ MORE


Blast From the Spying Past

Newly released documents from the Ford administration show that it, too, tried to eavesdrop without warrants. | story
And in an “apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” moment, then-CIA Director George H.W. Bush “complained that some major communications companies were unwilling to install government wiretaps without a judge’s approval,” according to the article.

Posted on Feb 5, 2006 READ MORE


Libby Trial Delayed Until 2007

How convenient: Scooter’s day in court gets pushed off until after the midterm congressional elections because one of his lawyers has a “scheduling conflict.” | story
UPDATE: New documents shed more light on Libby’s perfidies. | report

Posted on Feb 3, 2006 READ MORE


U.S. Army Seized Wives as Tactic

In at least two instances, American forces have seized wives of insurgents as a means of “leverage.” | story

Posted on Jan 27, 2006 READ MORE


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