Former Intelligence Official: Trump Conflict With Spy Agencies Creates ‘Dangerous Moment’ January 19, 2017
Matthew Olsen, a senior national security official in both Democratic and Republican administrations, says the ongoing conflict between President-elect Trump and the U.S. intelligence community poses grave risks.
Trump’s Inauguration Weekend Could See Biggest Nationwide Mobilization In US History
Thousands of protesters will participate in demonstrations planned for all 50 states and dozens of foreign countries.
As Obama Moves To Free Manning & Rivera, Others Still Hope For Clemency
President Obama commuted the sentences of Chelsea Manning and Oscar López Rivera on Tuesday as other political prisoners -- many held for decades on charges related to black and Native American movements -- make their final pushes for clemency under Obama.
Sanders Calls Out Trump’s Billionaire Pick For Education Secretary
DeVos admitted that her being appointed as the new Secretary of Education could have something to do with her family giving $200 million to the Republican party.
Records Show Trump EPA Pick Led Anti-EPA Crusade For Industry Donors
"He created a whole new unit specifically to fight the EPA, among other things."
Activists Report Presence Of Missile Launcher At Dakota Access Pipeline
Water protectors have found a disturbing new vehicle protecting the drill pad at Standing Rock — a missile launcher.
Obama Frees Puerto Rican Independence Activist Oscar Lopez Rivera
Puerto Rico's independence activist and one of the longest held political prisoners in the U.S. will be free.
First Chance At Life: On Chelsea Manning’s Freedom
Very few people supported Manning when it became known that she was the person responsible for making disclosures to WikiLeaks. With President Obama’s action, millions celebrate her release.
Big Pharma’s Influence Reaches Guideline Writers, Patient Groups, Even Doctors On Twitter
A series of studies published today documents the vast conflicts of interest in medicine. The way we think about disease “is being subtly distorted” by financial ties, the authors of an editorial write.
Texas Republicans Make Third Attempt To Ban ‘Sanctuary Cities’
Bills targeting "sanctuary cities" failed to pass the Texas Legislature in 2011 and 2015, but similar efforts this session have better chances of making it to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk.