Pembina was the sole funding source of a sheriff’s unit that monitored opposition to the proposed Jordan Cove natural gas pipeline and export terminal.
The island’s electric grid is too centralized to be resilient. But politicians and investors are obstructing a grassroots movement for community solar.
A Brazilian judge declined to go forward with charges against Greenwald — but left the door open to future prosecution
The program’s effects reverberate today, at a moment when combating economic espionage and scientific theft from China are among the FBI’s top priorities.
SIDtoday is the internal newsletter for the NSA’s most important division, the Signals Intelligence Directorate. The Intercept released four years’ worth of newsletters in batches, starting with 2003, after editorial review.
Though neonicotinoids are banned in the EU, a sophisticated information war has kept these insecticides — toxic to bees and birds — on the U.S. market.
The gun violence that plagues Rio is made possible by ammunition made largely in Brazil, but also from all over the world. We collected the evidence.
Most people who have been sentenced to death in the U.S. are no longer on death row, and they haven’t been executed. Where did they go?
Prosecutors wield enormous discretion in the U.S. criminal justice system — unless they decide that capital punishment is unjust.