Malak Habbak is a former Editorial Fellow at The Intercept.
Flimsy Evidence and Fringe Sources Land People on Secretive Banking Watchlist
The World-Check database includes a baby and groups like Human Rights Watch, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, and Greenpeace.
White Fear in the White House: Young Bannon Disciple Julia Hahn Is a Case Study in Extremism
Raised in a wealthy and liberal part of Los Angeles, Hahn showed little interest in politics until graduating from college and landing jobs with Laura Ingraham and Breitbart News in Washington, D.C.
Making a KillingWar Correspondents Describe Recent U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen
Sentiment in Washington may not reflect that the U.S. is at war, but Anand Gopal and Iona Craig have seen the carnage from recent U.S. military strikes in Iraq, Syria and Yemen.
Trump May Choose “Alternative Intelligence” to Support His “Alternative Facts,” Former Agents Warn
Adding to the peril of politicized intelligence is the fundamental ignorance and inexperience of Trump’s inner circle.