The ability of social media to allow anyone and everyone to ‘participate’ in a political event incentivizes the audience to
John Pilger talks about the persecution of the WikiLeaks publisher and the rapid crackdown on investigative journalism in a wide-ranging
“If I thought anything was incorrect or badly stated I’d report to the FBI or law enforcement, absolutely.”
Decision on Assange’s fate will not come for at least another eight months. By Joe Lauria Special to Consortium News
Human minds are very hackable, writes Caitlin Johnstone, and that causes a major problem for democracy. By Caitlin Johnstone
The California senator’s new immigration plan is a statement of her intent to govern through egregiously unconstitutional executive action.
Democrats introduced a measure Thursday that would mandate that insurance companies provide full coverage for over-the-counter birth control.
With Justice Department investigators’ noses to the ground, it should be just a matter of time before they identify Brennan
Lawrence Davidson finds a reversal of values — in who gets punished and who does not — when whistleblowers and
Democrats on the panel have long demanded documents that they believe will provide greater insight into Ross’s motivation for including
Our government must make transparent, good-faith efforts to police itself, or risk losing legitimacy in the public’s eyes.
Michael Gove, the British prime-minister hopeful, tried cocaine in the 1990s. Now he’s paying a heavy political price.
John Bolton’s days as national security advisor are apparently numbered—for reasons that have all played out in the press, says John
In an effort to woo leftist primary voters, the former vice president is showing himself to lack principles — and