“It winds up spilling over into criminal cases, even though law and economics is mostly regulatory. It’s like a virus.”
Yousef Al Otaiba, the UAE's ambassador to the U.S., was key in marketing Mohammed bin Salman as a reformer to Washington's foreign policy establishment.
This is as extreme a perversion of journalism as can be imagined, yet it pervades the nation's largest corporate media outlets.
To help them decide whether to keep backing the war in Yemen, members of Congress are asking what the U.S. knew about plans to capture the Saudi dissident.
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The vast resources of a pro-Bolsonaro “bishop” are being used to deter investigations of the candidate by targeting journalists and their families.