An appellate court in Baton Rouge ruled Thursday that a raid on a police officer’s house in search of the blogger who had accused the sheriff of corruption was unconstitutional.
Sympathetic pundits claim there is no evidence that well-heeled backers of the Clinton Foundation received favorable treatment from the State Department. The evidence says otherwise.
A Danish subsidiary of BAE has provided the United Arab Emirates with a system it could use to spy on dissidents over the internet.
It doesn’t exactly take a jaded disposition to doubt that donations from some of the world’s most repressive regimes are motived by a desire to aid the foundation’s charitable work.
Email list managed by MailChimp
If you want the truth, don’t ask the official sources / firstname.lastname@example.org
Either Obamacare will include a universally-available, non-profit public option, or it will eventually expire. There is no third way.
The second largest private prison company in the U.S. provided $50,000 through its political action committee to Rebuilding America Now, the Super PAC backing Donald Trump.
In the second of a series of releases, The Intercept is publishing 263 more articles from the NSA’s internal newsletter SIDtoday.