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?
For once, the president is insisting that a New York Times report is true. The CIA denies that report and one by The Intercept, too.
The way in which our mainstream media fact-checks Donald Trump is meant to deceive us.
The former Times reporter explains how the government influenced the paper to suppress his post-9/11 reporting, citing national security concerns.
Suleiman Abdullah Salim, subjected to the agency's most brutal interrogation techniques during America's post-9/11 war on terror, describes his incarceration in grisly detail.
Dear Mr. President, I would like to introduce you to the real Jeffrey Sterling, my best friend and husband for the past 11 years who was sentenced to prison as a whistleblower.
So-called free market policies, values, and practices with their emphasis on the privatization of public wealth, the elimination of social protections, and the deregulation of economic activity now shape practically every commanding political and economic institution in the United States.
"The New York Times reporter James Risen, who faces jail over his refusal to reveal a source and testify against a former CIA agent accused of leaking secrets, has called President Barack Obama 'the greatest enemy of press freedom in a generation,' " The Guardian reports.
In an essay in The New York Review of Books, Alan Rusbridger takes a long view of the efforts of government security apparatuses to bug our daily existences, including subverting online security, to make us safer. So, do you feel any safer?
The agency that brought you warrantless mass spying exploits its huge database to create detailed graphs of Americans' social connections, identifying their associates, locations, traveling companions and other personal information, newly disclosed documents and interviews with officials reveal.