The recent monster storms have kicked up a fair amount of falsehoods, such as the idea that Irma “could wipe entire cities off the map.”
The news media have been reduced to bystanders while the intelligence agencies run the show.
The whistleblower attended the 2016 American Civil Liberties Union SoCal dinner via video stream to honor actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who played Snowden in the Oliver Stone film "Snowden," as well as to tell Americans, "When systems fall, when things break down people remain Don't be afraid of what comes next Be ready".
The power elites that rule America are threatening the First Amendment again—and the assault is not coming just from government agencies.
Jonah Peretti, the media company’s CEO, said Trump’s presidential campaign is akin to cigarette ads—“hazardous to our health.”
The most profitable news websites are fueled by so-called native ads -- paid advertisements disguised as original news content. John Oliver finds a funny way of explaining why the future of news is in jeopardy.
A look at the day's political happenings, including a Koch brother campaigns to get rid of the minimum wage and the Texas woman who was silenced by state lawmakers while testifying against a restrictive abortion bill gets "the last word."
Hastings' death is a loss to readers who would have profited from his continued devotion to telling the stories of American politics and the military with fewer inhibitions than lesser reporters.Hastings' death is a loss to readers who would have profited from his continued devotion to telling stories of American power with fewer inhibitions than lesser reporters.
A congressional inquiry revealed that a high-ranking U.S. Army general in Afghanistan attempted to obstruct an investigation into conditions at a $180 million American-funded hospital in Kabul where patients were treated and kept in “Auschwitz-like” conditions. Michael Hastings with Rolling Stone has followed the story closely.