Arrests at the southwest border increased for the fourth straight month in May as authorities continued to grapple with an
Bernie Sanders, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Jay Inslee, have endorsed progressive activist Marie Newman in her second bid to oust Dan Lipinski.
Less than two months after the arrest of journalist Julian Assange, and two weeks after his indictment under the Espionage
The way he sings them, American pop songs of the ’60s and ’70s are healing, audacious, and even beatific.
After the three-summit confluence in Mecca, As`ad AbuKhalil assesses the consistent role of such gatherings as factories of rhetoric. By
Mark Curtis details why a 1941 document might still be so sensitive in 2019 that the British government is refusing to
Joe Biden released his plan to combat climate change on Tuesday and was promptly accused of plagiarizing parts of the
The United Nations deputy high commissioner for human rights on Tuesday called the recent stringent bans on abortion passed in some
Senator Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday released a green-jobs plan that would require a $2 trillion investment over the next ten
A Swedish court has blocked prosecutors’ request for a European Arrest Warrant forcing an interview with Assange in London, and
The tech monopoly giants have a lot to learn from the railroad monopolies of the 19th Century during the First
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The media outlets that have suddenly rushed to Assange’s cause are doing so out of self-protection, writes Jonathan Cook, not
Jonathan Cook says 17 glaring legal anomalies provide overwhelming evidence that the WikiLeaks publisher has been the victim of political
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Edward Curtin writes about the fabricated world of engineered emergencies and digital alerts. By Edward Curtin edwardcurtin.com “The internet was hardwired