It is unclear if the president knew about the activities in the skyscraper, but Newsweek reports he has made "tens of millions" from the deals.
The veteran investigative reporter and founder of Consortiumnews.com is honored for a career of truth-telling and dissidence.
Wealthy politicians and businessmen suspected of wrongdoing in their native lands are fleeing to a safe haven where their wealth and influence shields them from arrest.
The U.S. is addicted to war. Stopping this horrible situation is up to the American people. The way we do this is by getting informed. These documentaries can help.
You can argue whether it's racial or cultural, but tension among the players is real, and integration is not the same as acceptance.
The Paris-based International Energy Agency estimates that in just five years, by 2020, slightly over one quarter (26 percent) of all the electricity being generated in the world will come from renewables.
After years in absentia, retired CIA operative Robert Seldon Lady reappeared out of nowhere on the border between Panama and Costa Rica. And then -- poof! -- he vanished a second time. Not another news story was heard here in the U.S.
Once he's released in September from a Miami prison, where he's been serving time for the last 15 years, former Panamanian ruler Manuel Noriega faces yet another jail term, either in his homeland or, more likely, in France. On Friday, a U.S. federal judge refused to block Noriega's extradition to France, where he may endure yet another stint in a foreign prison.