Justice Department officials say they want the public to better understand how they interpret a law meant to allow Americans to know when foreign entities are trying to influence public opinion or policymakers.
The independent reporter discusses the obstacles she and such journalists as Truthdig's Chris Hedges face as they provide an alternative narrative to mainstream news.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has demanded all of the 2016 Green Party presidential candidate's campaign communications with “Russian persons.”
The 2016 Green Party presidential candidate supports the corruption probe but decries its misuse for warmongering, censorship and political repression.
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.
The Truthdig columnist discusses the Foreign Agents Registration Act at a panel hosted by the Columbia Journalism School and the Harriman Institute.
The host of the late-night satire "Redacted Tonight" responds to a National Public Radio segment that ponders whether his show is Russian propaganda.
Former CIA analyst and whistleblower John Kiriakou says he was forced to scrap his address on national security before a panel at the European...
Since the election, some U.S. media and tech companies are using "fake news" hysteria to establish a Ministry of Truth.