Israel On The Run
Becoming a global pariah.
Thirsty For Progress: Detroit Water Brigade Takes A Stand Against Water Shut-Offs
Corporate customers with past-due bills continue to operate in Detroit, yet the city’s families who are unable to pay have their water shut off. It’s just one drop in a flood of
NSA’s Loudest Defenders Have Financial Ties to NSA Contractors
The Intercept has identified several former government and military officials whose voices have shaped the public discourse around government spying and surveillance issues but whose
Reverse Drug Stings: The Latest Tool For Creating Criminals In The War On Drugs
"The time has come to remind the Executive Branch that the Constitution charges it with law enforcement — not crime creation,” one California judge writes in a damning indictment
Coups, Massacres And Contras: The Legacy Of Washington’s New Point Man In Latin America
Despite shifts on Cuba and Venezuela, the Obama administration’s appointment of a man who’s been involved in the overthrow of leftist governments since the 1980s, to head the White
Why The Media Ignores Jeremy Hammond While Praising Edward Snowden
Jeremy Hammond's hack of Stratfor, a corporate intelligence agency, created global solidarity by revealing how the 1% targets activists worldwide.
The Clintons And Their Banker Friends
The Wall Street Connection (1992 to 2016)
The TPP Threatens A Free And Open Internet
With legislation to fast-track the Trans-Pacific Partnership looking all but certain to pass, MintPress explores an often overlooked aspect of the secretive trade pact: how it benefits
How Federal Policies, Johns Hopkins, And ‘Redevelopment’ Led To The Slumification Of Baltimore
“I can’t tell the difference, even in some of the areas that were supposedly hardest hit by looting ... because some of these areas that the protesters are in even before these
INTERVIEW: Baltimore Police Shoot At, Jail Shawn Carrié For The Crime Of Journalism
Speaking to MintPress about his arrest in Baltimore, Journalist Shawn Carrié reflects on the unfortunate reality that “people are struggling for the demand that they just don’t