On Contact: The Trial Of Ghislaine Maxwell

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week Chris Hedges talks to investigative journalist Nick Bryant about the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell. The British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, held at New York’s Metropolitan [...]

Court Stops Police From Blockading Line 3 Protester Camp

By Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams. -

In a development progressives called a "huge legal win in the fight against Line 3," a Minnesota court on Friday ordered police in Hubbard County to stop impeding access to the Giniw Collective's [...]

Oklahoma Natives Shut Down Governor Stitt’s Anti-Sovereignty Forum

On Tuesday, July 13th, Indigenous peoples from many nations shut down Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt’s anti-Indigenous “victim impact” forum, which had no tribal representation and was intended to [...]

Career Cop Admits Police Are Trained To Lie In Reports

By Jack Burns, The Freethought Project. -

Before the age of computers and body cameras, citizens were forced into court proceedings with an attitude of, “It was my side of the story against the cops. Who do you think the jury is going to [...]

Baltimore To Stop Prosecuting ‘Nonviolent’ Crimes

The pandemic, in the midst of its many horrors, has temporarily slowed the number of arrests across some U.S. cities. With pressure from advocates and incarcerated organizers, District Attorney [...]

Judge Tosses Frivolous Lawsuit By Heiress Seeking To Destroy The Grayzone

By Max Blumenthal And Ben Norton, The Grayzone. -

The District of Columbia Superior Court has rejected a frivolous, million-dollar lawsuit claiming libel, defamation, and tortious conspiracy filed by writer Sulome Anderson against The Grayzone’s [...]

Court Drops Bombshell On Natural Gas Industry

By Nelson Bennett, Business in Vancouver. -

British Columbia - The ruling will likely have significant impacts for industries in that region, notably the natural gas industry, as the court says the province may no longer authorize [...]

Oregon Landlords’ Interests Upheld Vs. Tenants As Evictions Loom

By Liberation News. -

The State of Oregon’s eviction moratorium officially ends on June 30. Millions of working class tenants across the state are bracing for an onslaught of evictions after more than a year of [...]

On Contact: Judicial Lynching

On the show this week, Chris Hedges talks to Craig Murray, the former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, who was removed from his post after he made public the widespread use of torture by the [...]

Jail Populations Back Up After COVID-19

By Weihua Li, Beth Schwartzapfel, Michael R. Sisak and Camille Fassett, Black Agenda Report. -

It wasn’t long after Matthew Reed shoplifted a $63 set of sheets from a Target in upstate New York that the coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a standstill. Instead of serving a jail [...]

Assange’s Father On US Tour–First Stop Miami

By Consortium News. -

Organized by Assange Defense, John and Gabriel Shipton, Julian Assange’s father and brother, will begin the #HomeRun4Julian tour in Miami on June 6 via a live-streamed event. The Shiptons [...]

Craig Murray’s Trial: What Happens Next

By Kirsten MacDonald, CraigMurray.org.uk. -

On Monday morning, Lady Dorrian and two supporting judges will hear the application from Roddy Dunlop QC for Craig Murray to be allowed to appeal to the UK Supreme Court against both their [...]

Missouri Supreme Court Voids ‘Paycheck Protection’ Bill

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn, The Missouri Times. -

A 2018 law adding sweeping changes to how labor organizations — exempting, however, public safety unions — conduct business was struck down by the Missouri Supreme Court Tuesday. The Supreme [...]

Court finds government has duty to protect young people from climate crisis

By Adam Morton, The Guardian. -

Eight teenagers and an octogenarian nun had sought an injunction to prevent Ley approving a proposal by Whitehaven Coal to expand the Vickery coalmine in northern New South Wales, arguing the [...]

How To End The US Prison State Quick And Easy

A few weeks ago I covered the mind-blowing facts about American prisons that should make anyone and everyone rethink/detest/abhor the entire institution. Now, I want to examine the reasons people [...]