Erik Prince and the Failed Plot to Arm a CIA Asset-Turned-Warlord in Libya
Sources and exclusive documents reveal new details about Prince’s long campaign to back Libyan strongman Khalifa Hifter.
Democrats Pressure Biden on U.S. Backing for Saudi War in Yemen
Progressive lawmakers sent Biden a letter seeking details on his plan to halt U.S. aid for offensive military operations in Yemen.
Thirsty, Cold, and Scooping Feces With Their Hands: Crisis in Reality Winner’s Texas Prison
“These women — they’re trapped. They can’t escape this. They can’t do something to better their situation at all.”
The Biden Administration’s Continued Push for Julian Assange’s Extradition Is Bad News for Journalism
A successful prosecution of the WikiLeaks founder could empower the government to go after journalists for publishing classified information.
The Iran CablesHow Iran Tried to Recruit Spies Against the U.S. in Iraq
Secret cables obtained by The Intercept show Iranian intelligence officials in Iraq using low-tech tradecraft to communicate with spies on the U.S.