Instead of standing up for the American people, the corporate-owned Democrats have strengthened the president.
Which of the two leading leftist journalists is more credible on the topics of Donald Trump and the investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 election?
Caitlin Johnstone raises concern that these consultants' investment in the U.S. power establishment can lead to poor analyses.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden joins those urging officials to release a document that's said to have information about government abuses.
The report comes amid a controversy about internet giants implementing policies that potentially target journalists and limit the reach of independent websites.
Revelations about Russia's use of social media in the 2016 elections are being used as a pretext for suppressing dissent.
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.