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.
This episode deals with the incalculable human and financial costs of America's opioid addiction epidemic. (Pictured: Hedges, right, with the best friend of a young woman who fatally overdosed.)
Even the best defense attorneys may not be able to save the president from himself. (Marc Kasowitz, Donald Trump's longtime attorney, is pictured.)
Information from President Obama's intelligence chiefs raises new doubts about a Jan. 6 report and its allegation that Russia "hacked" the 2016 election.
The former national security adviser’s case is a disturbing example of how politicized law enforcement can destroy a U.S. citizen’s life in today’s new McCarthyism.
The Truthdig columnist and RT host explains that a culture saturated with artifice and false promises of success and happiness doesn't easily accommodate the ideas the playwright dramatized onstage.
The journalist tells Hedges that the system is "designed to inculcate the traits of obedience, punctuality and respect for authority within working-class children."
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.
On this week's episode, journalists Abby Martin and Ben Norton join Hedges for a wide-ranging discussion about troubling shifts they've noticed away from fact-based reporting and governance.On this week's episode, journalists Abby Martin and Ben Norton join Hedges for a wide-ranging discussion about troubling shifts away from fact-based reporting and governance.