Glenn Greenwald On His Resignation From The Intercept

By Matt Taibbi, Substack. -

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald quit his job this morning. In a bizarre, ironic, and disturbing commentary on trends in modern media, the celebrated reporter was forced to [...]

National Security Journalism Is On Trial

By Jameel Jaffer, Just Security. -

Few American media organizations seem to have noticed, but the U.S. Justice Department has spent the past few weeks trying to persuade the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales to extradite [...]

RIP Andre Vltchek: ‘Western Imperialism Is World’s Biggest Problem’

By Peter Koenig, Information Clearinghouse. -

André traveled relentlessly from one battle field to another, from one conflict zone to a war zone. He exposed innumerable atrocities committed around the world, mostly by western powers. He [...]

What’s The Difference Between ‘Villain’ Assange And ‘Intrepid’ Woodward?

By Lee Camp, Consortium News. -

The completely fair super awesome trial of Julian Assange continues in the U.K. as I write this. It’s a beautiful blend of the works of Kafka, Stalin and Joseph Heller. Seeing as Julian is [...]

The US Is Using The Guardian To Justify Jailing Assange For Life

By Jonathan Cook. -

Julian Assange is not on trial simply for his liberty and his life. He is fighting for the right of every journalist to do hard-hitting investigative journalism without fear of arrest and [...]

News Media Who Ignore The Assange Trial Are Admitting They Don’t Care About Journalism

By Caitlin Johnstone. -

The Sydney Morning Herald just published an article titled “Julian Assange interrupts extradition hearing again” about the WikiLeaks founder’s correct interjection that he never put anyone’s [...]

Day Nine: Julian Assange Extradition Hearing

By Craig Murray. -

Things became not merely dramatic in the Assange courtroom today, but spiteful and nasty. There were two real issues, the evidence and the procedure. On the evidence, there were stark details of [...]

Trump’s War On Journalism Takes Center Stage

By Kevin Gosztola, Shadowproof. -

In the last half-century, journalists James Bamford, Ben Bradlee, Seymour Hersh, and Neil Sheehan were each threatened with prosecution under the Espionage Act. But the U.S. government never [...]

Documentary – The War On Journalism: The Case Of Julian Assange

By Consortium News. -

Journalists are under attack globally for doing their jobs. Julian Assange is facing a 175 year sentence for publishing if extradited to the United States. The Trump administration has gone from [...]

Journalist Blinded By Cops Speaks Out

Journalist and photographer Linda Tirado was standing near a police line in Minneapolis May 29, covering the George Floyd protests engulfing the city. All of a sudden, her face “exploded” in [...]

Online And Independent: The Future Of Journalism Is Already Here

By Andrew Tarantola, Engadget. -

The modern news industry is in crisis. For years, formerly stalwart publications have been bought up, hollowed out, and sold for scrap by predatory (and often utterly incompetent) venture capital [...]

Fortress On A Hill: Interview With Robert ‘Bob’ Scheer

By Danny Sjursen, Fortress on a Hill. -

All right, well, hey, listeners, we have another really solid interview today. And I guess we're kind of running the old TruthDig circuit right now. We had Chris Hedges last week, who some of you [...]

San Francisco To Pay $369,000 For Police Raid Of Journalist’s Home

By Nicholas Iovino, Courthousenews.com -

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – The city of San Francisco will pay $369,000 to settle claims over its police raid on a journalist’s home and office this past May, an action condemned by press advocates as [...]

Journalist Abby Martin Sues State Of Georgia Over Law Requiring Pledge Of Allegiance To Israel

By Alan Macleod, Mintpressnews.com -

After refusing to sign a pledge of allegiance to the state of Israel, the state of Georgia shut down a media literacy conference featuring journalist and filmmaker Abby Martin at Georgia Southern [...]

Brazilian Judge Delays “For Now” Decision On Indictment Of U.S. Journalist Greenwald

By Anthony Boadle , Reuters.com -

BRASILIA (Reuters) - A Brazilian judge indicted six people accused of hacking the phones of prosecutors in the country’s biggest corruption case on Thursday, but held off “for now” on accepting [...]