Daniel Ellsberg reveals that the Pentagon Papers were not the first classified documents he removed from his workplace, and some are still relevant today.
The former military analyst shares his thoughts on the future of U.S. intelligence with Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer. [Transcript added.]
The revisionism never stops. The blood never dries. The invader is pitied and purged of guilt while "searching for meaning in a terrible tragedy."
The linguist and political commentator discusses the U.S. president, Russia, history and the future in a recent interview. (Pictured, two scientists at a Jan. 26 news conference.)
Truthdig's editor in chief talks to "Nowman Show" host Dan Niswander about how Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning were hung out to dry even as the publications that profited from their stories were protected.
The Los Angeleno was involved with prime ministers, presidents and kings and played a major role in some of the most significant political events of the latter half of the 20th century. A documentary by Patty Sharaf chronicles his life.
The man who famously leaked the Pentagon Papers sits down with Judy Gumbo Albert to discuss the large-scale acts of civil disobedience against the Vietnam War.The man who famously leaked the Pentagon Papers sits down with activist Judy Gumbo Albert to discuss the large-scale acts of civil disobedience against the Vietnam War.
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation brings Robert Scheer to Deliver the 15th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity's Future at the Faulkner Gallery titled "War, Peace, Truth and the Media"
This is the narrative result of an encounter between Cusack, Roy and whistleblowers Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg. Cusack and Roy provide their own accounts and joint conversations.