A newspaper investigation suggests top officials within the organization were long aware of the allegations against coaches but did little to protect athletes.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange disparages an Intercept article about messages from a private Twitter group that were leaked to the publication.
Aaron Maté, host for The Real News Network and a contributor to The Nation, discusses how the mainstream media is covering the story.
For once, the president is insisting that a New York Times report is true. The CIA denies that report and one by The Intercept, too.
The British judge said the WikiLeaks founder should have the courage to go to court and face justice after more than five years inside Ecuador’s London embassy.
Journalist John Pilger delivers a lecture in Cape Town in memory of anti-apartheid campaigner Abdulhay Ahmed Saloojee.
Corporate media seem particularly sensitive about politicians highlighting inequality, as evidenced by The New York Times' recent check of a statement by Rep. Joseph Kennedy III.
Caitlin Johnstone raises concern that these consultants' investment in the U.S. power establishment can lead to poor analyses.