In a segment from her Netflix series, she riffs on the idea of a fictional campaign in which wannabe agents explain what the agency means to them.
Mindlessly repeating sensationalist FBI framing isn't journalism—it’s fear-mongering.
Civilians are asking why coalition forces destroyed the city, killing hundreds of the innocent in the process of “liberating” them from Islamic State.
The U.S. is now doing the opposite of what it said it would in the war-torn Middle Eastern nation.
With the rise of a new kind of American death cult, our president might be considered the superpower version of Islamic State's leader.
The blast in the eastern city of Khost occurred at a mosque that was being used as a voter registration center
While rethinking what military power means, perhaps Americans should reconsider what intelligence means, too.
Truthdig writers Sonali Kolhatkar and Max Blumenthal disagree with each other regarding key elements in the recent reports that the Syrian government used chemical weapons in Douma. This is Blumenthal's take on the issue.