Gov. Mike Parson falsely said the journalist hacked a government website, and then threatened criminal prosecution.
The report cited conversations with more than 30 former U.S. officials.
Historian Hannah Gurman analyzes why corporate media have described the war as a series of “miscalculations.”
The U.S. will be allowed to make “assurances” that Assange would not be held in oppressive prison conditions.
Glen Ford will be missed by all who knew him, and journalists of his ilk are small in number and irreplaceable.
“The factual basis for this case has completely fallen apart,” says human rights attorney Jennifer Robinson.
The U.S. military pushed for a nuclear first strike during the Taiwan Strait crisis, says whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.
Over 100 AP journalists have signed an open letter to management protesting the decision to fire Wilder.
New laws that force Big Tech into payment negotiations with Big Media won’t save journalism. Here’s a better way.
Biden has not directly sanctioned Prince Mohammed bin Salman for his role in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.