Matt Taibbi Sees Possible Validation of Trump's Accusations About Media as Outcome of Russia Hearing
The Rolling Stone journalist disagrees with colleague David Corn of Mother Jones in an interview on KCRW about Monday's congressional hearing on Russian interference in the U.S. election.
Chris Hedges and Matt Taibbi have a pretty good idea -- and in this clip, a compelling dialogue -- about how Donald Trump made US politics work for him Chris Hedges and Matt Taibbi have a pretty good idea -- and in this clip, a compelling dialogue -- about how Donald Trump made U.
The groundbreaking musician sang about revolution against an unfair global system and nearly paid with his life in 1976. In the U.S., the rise of Bernie Sanders gives reason to believe Americans are becoming aware of the changes that Marley envisioned.
Bernie Sanders got a little love from The New York Times, but the praise was fleeting A positive Times article on Monday was toned down Tuesday and may have affected primary race voting in five states A positive Times article on Monday was toned down Tuesday, and may have affected primary race voting in five states.
Obama faces criticism over civilian deaths caused by the drone program, which is being denounced as having little oversight, a mounting death toll and results that can be seen as war crimes.
In Sean Penn's star-powered, 10,000-word, gigante get for Rolling Stone about his clandestine huddle with Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, we learn that, with startling predictability, Guzmán was yielding to Hollywood's siren call. And that receptivity didn't just consist of his willingness to be interviewed by actor and activist Penn, either.
They're not much more ridiculous than the real thing, but in general they're a lot more entertaining.
Three former members of a University of Virginia fraternity have sued Rolling Stone magazine for defamation and infliction of emotional distress, “saying the magazine’s discredited article on a campus gang rape had a 'devastating effect' on their reputations,” The New York Times reports.
This is no political stunt, folks: In his newest article, Rolling Stone's biggest marquee reporter, Matt Taibbi, sizes up Sen. Bernie Sanders' bid for the presidency in the 2016 election and concludes that Sanders is the real deal.