Inside Stories
Wife Of FBI Official Probing Clinton Emails Got $675K In Donations From Dems
‘Evidence keeps turning up suggesting that the FBI probe into her emails was influenced by political favoritism and double standards,’ noted a Wall Street Journal editorial.
Beyond Dakota Access: Energy Transfer Partners Pipelines To Ferry Fracked Gas To Mexico
Even as pipeline protests swelled in North Dakota and other states, the Obama administration quietly approved two international pipelines to be built into Mexico by the same corporation behind the Dakota Access pipeline.
North Dakota ‘Water Protectors’ Reclaim Land, Build New Camps To Block Dakota Access Pipeline
Police are turning up the pressure on thousands of people gathered in various camps in North Dakota to protest the construction of the 1,100-mile pipeline, and MintPress News will be there all week with live, on-the-ground reporting by independent journalist Derrick Broze.
What Donald Trump Gets Wrong About ‘Inner Cities’ And Poverty In America
Contrary to Trump’s rhetoric, the majority of black Americans no longer live in the so-called ‘inner cities,’ and rural and suburban poverty are a growing issue in America that he seems to ignore.
North Dakota Police ‘Out Of Control’ In Crackdown On Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
Police have beaten, harassed, and strip-searched activists and even confiscated sacred Native American drums, a civil liberties group reports.
Experts Warn Retaking Mosul Won’t Stop ISIS, But Could Make Syria’s Civil War Worse
Despite Obama’s promises to avoid U.S. ‘boots on the ground’ in Syria, as many as 5,000 special forces troops are currently fighting ISIS alongside Iraqi forces in Mosul.
Nearly One Million Americans Watched Jill Stein Crash The Two-Party Presidential Debate
‘This is a rigged debate controlled by the two corporate political parties,’ the Green Party’s presidential candidate tweeted while also responding to issues raised in the final debate via Facebook Live.
Journalists Risk Legal Battles & Prison Time For Covering Dakota Access Pipeline Protests
Three reporters face felony charges for documenting nonviolent actions against the pipeline, including an Emmy-winning documentarian who could serve a maximum sentence of 45 years in prison.
WikiLeaks’ Podesta Emails: Lawyer For 9/11 Families Warned Campaign About Clinton’s Saudi Ties
‘Those of us who have been concerned about that politicization have had some thoughts about how to defang the issue and would be happy to knock those around with you,’ wrote Jack Quinn, former White House counsel and current lawyer to families of 9/11 victims.
Video Reveals Clinton Campaign’s Role In Inciting Violence At Trump Rallies
‘There’s a script of engagement. Sometimes the crazies bite, and sometimes the crazies don’t bite,’ says the former national field director of a group that trains and pays people to incite violence at GOP rallies.