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Censored On Syria: The New Yorker, Washington Post Decline To Publish Hersh Story December 11, 2013
Journalists like Hersh face intense pressure not to report on controversial issues that go against mainstream conclusions.
AT&T’s Cooperation With NSA Pits It Against Shareholders In Legal Quagmire
Proposals want companies to issue reports on requests for customer information by US and foreign gov's.
The War On Journalism: Media Consolidation, Government Intrusion Threaten Free Press
This pullback from investigative journalism weakens one of society’s only true defenses against corruption and government malfeasance.The only true defenses against corruption and government malfeasance is being threatened.
Justice Increasingly Distant for Victims of Corporate Abuse
Some countries’ legislatures proposed laws to shield companies of liability for foreign abuses.
DOJ Argues Unlawfully Obtained Evidence Still Valid
Police take 4th Amendment inquiries into own hands recklessly without warrant.
Looking Back At Mandela’s CIA Assisted 1962 Arrest
This dark secret of the Cold War highlights just how warped U.S. foreign policy was, and is.
Toy Guns, “Trigger-Happy” Cops Equal Tragedy For Children
“Why are our police so trigger-happy?” asked a retired L.A. County sheriff's lieutenant.
Corruption Threatens Stability, Preys On The Poor: Report
Corruption destroys communities, undermines institutions and exacerbates violent conflicts.
The NSA and The State of Surveillance In America
Snowden's revelations continue, but receiving the most attention is the program collecting phone records.
Cut In Benefits Makes Thanksgiving Hard For The Hungry
Millions of SNAP recipients have grown food insecure, increasing demand at nation’s food pantries.
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