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Human Rights Violated in Guerrero: A Conversation With Vidulfo Rosales

The human rights situation in the Mexican state of Guerrero has been in the international spotlight since the disappearance of 43 students at the Normal School...   [ continue reading...]



The Greatest Threat to Campus Free Speech May Come From Dianne Feinstein and Her Millionaire Husband

David Lee / CC BY 2.0 The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald reports that the California senator and her military-contractor husband Richard Blum are essentially b...   [ continue reading...]



Congress Is Blocking Legal Weed in DC—and Maybe Causing a Spike in Murders

With John Boehner's impending retirement, there isn't much lingering fear that Congress will fail to pass the spending bills needed this week to avert a governm...   [ continue reading...]



Ted Cruz's Hedge Funder Sugar Daddy Spends $100,000 to Bring Death Penalty Back to Nebraska

A coalition of right-wing donors and activists wants Nebraska to start executing people again. Over the summer, the conservative legislature of Nebras...   [ continue reading...]



Potentially Innocent Death Row Inmate Slated for Execution—Again

Time may have run out for Richard Glossip—again. The Oklahoma death row inmate, whose case has become a cause célèbre for activists and prom...   [ continue reading...]



Arrest Tony Blair for War Crimes in the Middle East

The word genocide comes to mind. — Weapons expert Dai Williams, letter to Tony Blair warning of consequences of Iraq action, 13th October 2002 On Saturday, Se...   [ continue reading...]



Keeping Hope While Locked Out with No Voice

Short Information TeaserCongressional offices and drone bases start locking the gates ExcerptIn the first part of September, we mailed a letter to Ryan asking...   [ continue reading...]



10 of the Worst Abuses of the Psychiatric and Psychological Professions in American HIstory

From collaborating on torture techniques to mind control experiments. Psychiatrists and psychologists have been used by the U.S. Central Intelligence...   [ continue reading...]



Journalism is Not a Crime: Freed Al Jazeera Reporter Peter Greste Seeks Pardon from Egypt

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi granted pardons to 100 people on Wednesday, including two jailed journalists from Al Jazeera—Mohamed Fahmy and Baher M...   [ continue reading...]



How Henry Kissinger Helped Create Our "Proliferated" World

The only person Henry Kissinger flattered more than President Richard Nixon was Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran. In the early 1970s, the Shah, sitting a...   [ continue reading...]



Getting Smart on Crime: Conservatives Discover Prison Reform

Anne-Marie Cusac Illustration by Jacqui Oakley When John Turner left Walker State Prison in Georgia in early August, his wife gave him a new set...   [ continue reading...]



Journalist Peter Greste on Surviving Egyptian Prison Term

Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste remembers his time in prison in Egypt, where the government held him for broadcasting false news. "Prison anywhere is pretty...   [ continue reading...]



Senator Sheldon Whitehouse Wants to Make the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Even Easier to Abuse

This summer, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse introduced an amendment to the flawed Cyber Information Sharing Act (CISA) that would make it even worse, by expanding t...   [ continue reading...]



A Flash of Sanity Emerges in Colombia After Decades of Drug War Chaos

The world's longest-running insurgency may coming to an end, and the era of aerial eradication of coca crops is definitely coming to an end. Mar...   [ continue reading...]



The new journalism outfit that is shaking up Hong Kong’s establishment media

Launched in the wake of the city’s Occupy protests, Hong Kong Free Press aims to “shine a light in dark places”. Tom Grundy. Credit...   [ continue reading...]



American Slavery, Reinvented

The Thirteenth Amendment forbade slavery and involuntary servitude, “except as punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted”   [ continue reading...]



Some Domestic Workers Face Double Abuse

On weekends, when her husband got drunk, he beat her in front of their two teenage daughters. The next morning, María Hernández had to reach deep into hersel...   [ continue reading...]



Henry Kissinger's Monstrous Mideast Policy

Of all people, Kissinger knows well how easily the best laid plans can go astray and careen toward disaster. To stay on top of important articles lik...   [ continue reading...]



It Is Time To Get Very Afraid: Extremists, Authoritarians Now Run the GOP and No One Can Stop Them

Boehner and McConnell weren't conservative enough for them. Nor Eric Cantor. Right-wing purists won't stop here. Movement Conservatives just...   [ continue reading...]



Decolonizing Spain: Colonial Legacies and the Importance of Renaming

In Spain and elsewhere, historical memory should go beyond the last few decades and investigate the ways in which naming - and renaming - monuments and public s...   [ continue reading...]

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