The Intercept journalist points to how restrictions on free speech in Europe have been used against the left.
The move comes hours after The Intercept publishes an article with a top-secret document on alleged Russian cyberattacks during the U.S. election.
Glenn Greenwald (pictured) and Jeremy Scahill, co-founders of The Intercept, join Democracy Now! to discuss imbalanced coverage of terrorism victims and war victims, and the importance of WikiLeaks.
In a new five-part interview on Democracy Now!, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist also discusses the need for an independent investigation into the 2016 election and the future of U.S.-Russia relations.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald and WikiLeaks responded quickly on Twitter to Comey's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
For six years, the "Citizenfour" filmmaker was repeatedly stopped at airports without explanation. Recently, a lawsuit uncovered the startling reason.
With the Trump administration preparing charges against the WikiLeaks founder (pictured) and refusing to rule out prosecuting mainstream media outlets, the prizewinning journalist examines the potential impact.
The political rival of the president-elect had threatened to expel the WikiLeaks founder from Ecuador's embassy in London.
Warrantless surveillance of foreigners is being used by the National Security Agency "to get to Americans,” the Kentucky senator says.
"The refusal to arm Ukraine with lethal weapons was one of Barack Obama’s most steadfastly held policies," The Intercept journalist writes.