Glen Ford will be missed by all who knew him, and journalists of his ilk are small in number and irreplaceable.
According to Amnesty International, at least 180 journalists have been targeted with the spyware.
Governments are hacking the phones of reporters and activists, according to a wide-ranging investigation.
“The Mauritanian” fails to examine Obama’s or Biden’s complicity in the continuing scandal of Guantánamo.
There is now a growing movement in Brazil to reclaim sacred objects and collections from museums.
Sha’Carri Richardson’s suspension over a positive marijuana test result has sparked calls to reform the Olympics’ rules.
YouTube briefly banned a group that reposted far right videos while leaving the actual far right sources untouched.
“The factual basis for this case has completely fallen apart,” says human rights attorney Jennifer Robinson.
The comments came from Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law and were widely rebuked as an incitement to violence.
The U.S. military pushed for a nuclear first strike during the Taiwan Strait crisis, says whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.