Special Investigations

Documentos recién publicados revelan el rastro internacional de la financiación previa al asesinato de Berta Cáceres

El banco holandés FMO emitió millones de dólares mediante una cuenta offshore para construir la represa Agua Zarca. Los registros muestran que el beneficiario era una compañía, pero las transferencias aterrizaban en otra.

Private Prisons Are a Socially Responsible Investment, According to Bizarre Wall Street Measures

Defense contractors, fossil fuel companies, and pharmaceutical giants have also used superficial measures like diverse boards to earn inclusion in so-called socially conscious ESG funds.

Newly Released Documents Reveal International Funding Trail Preceding the Murder of Berta Cáceres

Dutch bank FMO released millions to build the Agua Zarca dam through an offshore account. Records show a recipient listed as one company — and the transfers landing with another.

The End of Roe

The Interstate Tug-of-War Over Reproductive Freedom

As states like Illinois work to expand abortion access in the wake of Roe, others, like Missouri, will seek to assert control over their residents.

Special Feature

Snowden Archive: The SidToday Files

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.

How Vinyl Flooring Made With Uyghur Forced Labor Ends Up at Big Box Stores

The industry calls it “luxury vinyl tile.” In reality, much of that plastic relies on toxic chemicals — and immense labor abuses.

Meltdowns Have Brought Progressive Advocacy Groups to a Standstill at a Critical Moment in World History

Locked in a cycle of Slack callouts and healing retreats, left-wing groups — from reproductive rights to climate to racial and economic justice — have brought themselves to a grinding halt.

Series

Death and Dereliction

Supreme Court Guts Its Own Precedent to Allow Arizona to Kill Barry Jones

Embracing the state’s claim that “innocence isn’t enough,” the court destroyed a lifeline for people who received poor lawyering at trial.

The Founders Never Envisioned a Filibuster Being Used to Block Gun Control After Massacres

In the early American debates, majority rule won out. Now minority rule paralyzes the Senate.

Special Feature

The Drone Papers

The Intercept has obtained a cache of secret documents detailing the inner workings of the U.S. military’s assassination program in Afghanistan, Yemen, and Somalia. The documents, provided by a whistleblower, offer an unprecedented glimpse into Obama’s drone wars.

A Carbon Dioxide Delivery Driver’s Long Journey to Expose Airgas

Whistleblower Cyrus Coron says the company put his safety — and integrity — at risk.

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Playing With Fire

After 30 Years Insisting on His Innocence, Claude Garrett Is Free

Having twice convicted Garrett for setting a fatal fire in 1992, the Nashville DA’s office dropped the charges against him, facilitating his release.