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Greg Palast: Between Two Vultures

Aug 6, 2013
International gumshoe reporter Greg Palast tells RT's Max Keiser how the fate of the Argentinian economy will be decided by a legal battle between the White House and Paul Singer -- "the great vulture speculator in America" and "probably the top donor, or organizer of donors for the Republican party" -- over the profits of big banks.

OWS Is a ‘Tactic’ That Is ‘Far From Over’

Sep 21, 2012
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges was in Zuccotti Park -- the plaza in lower Manhattan known to Occupy Wall Street as “Liberty Square” -- during the movement’s one-year anniversary The genie of protest it let loose can’t be returned to the bottle of society’s margins, he told RT AmericaTruthdig columnist Chris Hedges was in Zuccotti Park during the movement’s one-year anniversary.

FBI Works to Taint the Occupy Movement

May 31, 2012
Two recently foiled "terrorist plots" that the U.S. government and mainstream media connected to the Occupy movement turned out to have been facilitated by federal agents. But that fact has "not stopped many from branding Occupy with an unfavorable stain,” RT reports.

Assange Versus the Tripe on American TV

May 22, 2012
Who is doing a better job at revealing the shadowy operations of governments, corporations and others seeking power across the globe: the well-funded American news establishment, or Julian Assange, the suppressed WikiLeaks founder who runs a half-hour interview show while under house arrest in rural southern England?

Your CISPA Primer

Apr 26, 2012
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote Friday on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. What is it, and what does it mean for freedom and security on the Web? RT has assembled a quick guide to answer those questions.