The U.K.’s Labour Party leader assures the author and activist, "When people's minds are opened up, there's no end to the possibilities."
The move comes hours after The Intercept publishes an article with a top-secret document on alleged Russian cyberattacks during the U.S. election.
If he becomes president, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, known as France's Bernie Sanders, hopes to change his country's electoral process for good.
The Commercial Energy Working Group is one of Washington’s many lobbying organizations working to make government friendlier to business, but who it represents is a secret.
At a press conference in Berlin, the co-founding editor of The Intercept explained why a crucial part of the strategy of reporting on Edward Snowden's leaked NSA documents was to find ways around certain media "hurdles."
The Greatest Threat to Campus Free Speech May Come From Dianne Feinstein and Her Millionaire Husband
The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald reports that the California senator and her military-contractor husband Richard Blum are essentially blackmailing the University of California into punishing students who speak out against Israel.
The Council of Europe declared its support of National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday and called on the European Union to offer whistleblowers asylum from "retaliation in their home countries."
"The five Americans whose email accounts were monitored by the NSA and FBI," Intercept journalists Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain write, "have all led highly public, outwardly exemplary lives." So why are U.S. intelligence agencies surveilling them?