Maia Hibbett was the Associate Editor at The Intercept’s D.C. Bureau. She was previously a fact-checker at New York magazine, and an interim editor and intern at The Nation. She has written for The Nation and The Baffler.
As Taiwan Tensions Build, Concerned Okinawans Push for U.S. Military Base Closure
Bill Clinton promised to close the base in 1996. But plans for more construction and a heightened focus on the Pacific put the islands and their unique biodiversity at risk indefinitely.
Origins of CovidFBI Sought Documents Related to U.S.-Funded Coronavirus Research in China
New records from the National Institutes of Health detail internal conversations involving EcoHealth Alliance’s research in Wuhan.
Origins of CovidHouse Republicans Release Text of Redacted Fauci Emails on Covid Origins
A scientist told The Intercept he was advised not to “mention a lab origin as that will just add fuel to the conspiracists” after a call with NIH leaders.
Marco Rubio Met With Far-Right Chilean Candidate Tied to Military Dictatorship
José Antonio Kast’s father was in the Nazi army. Kast often speaks fondly of Chile’s former dictator Augusto Pinochet.