Israeli Firm Claims It Can Tell If You’re a Terrorist By Looking At Your Face May 28, 2016
The bold claims are made by Israeli start-up Faception.
‘Chilling Attack On Free Speech’: Multinational Corporation Sues Gov’t Transparency Watchdog MuckRock
Undaunted by the legal threats, the founder of MuckRock promised that the website ‘will not be complying with their demands’ to remove Seattle city records and share site visitors’ private information.
Daily Kos Issues Call For Unity Among Democrats By Banning Talk Of Third Party Candidates
According to the site’s founder, users are still free to criticize Hillary Clinton, but not to link to right-wing news sources and may not mention their support for Jill Stein or other third-party candidates.
US Pads Defense Industry Profits By Arming Both Sides In Conflict
Why risk being on the losing end of a conflict, when you can hedge your bets and maximize profits by supplying both sides?
The Truth About Syria: A Manufactured War Against An Independent Country
The people of the world should ask Western leaders and their allies: Why are you prolonging this war? Why do you continue funding and enabling the terrorists? Isn’t five years of civil war enough? Is overthrowing the Syrian government really worth so much suffering and death?
‘Empire Strikes Back’: Eric Draitser On Western Destabilization Of BRICS
‘They see [the BRICS countries] as integral to the Western-centric worldview … and they don’t want to allow any competition to emerge,’ the geopolitical analyst tells Mnar Muhawesh on ‘Behind the Headline.’
Libertarian Party Presidential Candidate Selects First Muslim Running Mate In US History
In this episode of ‘Behind The Headline,’ host Mnar Muhawesh meets Will Coley, founder of Muslims for Liberty and Libertarian Party member, who could become the first Muslim candidate for vice president in U.S. history.
Come To Guantanamo & See The Iguanas: Snowden Files Offer Glimpse Inside NSA Culture
Newly released internal NSA documents show that torturing prisoners and water skiing were part of the daily routine for agents stationed in Guantanamo Bay during the Iraq War.
New Documentary ‘Risk’ Renews Attention To ‘Political Prisoner’ Julian Assange
The Oscar-winning filmmaker also revealed that she is under investigation by the U.S. government as an ‘anti-U.S.’ filmmaker.
Ikea Looks Into Replacing Styrofoam With Biodegradable Mushroom Packaging
‘We always look for new and innovative processes and sustainable materials that can contribute to our commitment’ to sustainability, an Ikea representative said.