US: American Journalist Has No Right To Challenge Decision To Assassinate Him

The US Government has asked the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to affirm the dismissal of American journalist Bilal Abdul Kareem’s challenge to his Government’s apparent [...]

Guaido Representative Threatens FBI Investigation Into Journalists

By Alan Macleod, Mintpress News. -

Vanessa Neumann, the U.K. ambassador of self-declared President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, claims that she is working closely with the FBI in an investigation exposing a “transnational criminal [...]

Why Is China Painted As ‘Capitalist’ By Western Media

By Andre Vltchek, Popular Resistance. -

To call China ‘capitalist’ is to smear China. It is as if to say: “Chinese people are precisely like us. China is doing to the world the same injustice, committing the same crimes as we have been [...]

The Truth About Russian-Taliban Ties

By Andrew Korybko, One World. -

The New York Times' latest fake news provocation alleging that Russia's military-intelligence agency GRU solicited the Taliban (officially designated as "terrorists" by Moscow) to assassinate [...]

Australian Journalist Threatened With Prosecution For Exposing War Crimes

By Oscar Grenfell, WSWS. -

In another major assault on press freedom, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) journalist Dan Oakes has been threatened with prosecution for his role in exposing war crimes committed by the [...]

US Media Used To Stop The ‘Threat’ Of Peace

By Lee Camp, Consortium News. -

This is not a column defending Donald Trump. Across my career I have said more positive words about the scolex family of intestinal tapeworms than I have said about Donald Trump. (Scolex have [...]

To Keep Russiagate Alive ‘Officials’ Make New Claims Without Evidence

By Moon of Alabama. -

There were allegations about emails that someone exfiltrated from the DNC and provided to Wikileaks. Russia must have done it. The FBI and other intelligence services were all over it. In the end [...]

Twitter Targets Accounts Of Outlets Covering Unrest In Bolivia

By Alan Macleod, Mintpress News. -

Social media giant Twitter took the step of suspending the official account of MintPress News on Saturday. Without warning, the nine-year-old account with 64,000 followers was abruptly labeled as [...]

Serving The Bottomless Kool-Aid: ‘Blame Russia’ Rides Again!

By Dany Sjursen, -

Two decades of military stalemate teetering towards outright defeat; a highly corrupt and perceptibly illegitimate imposed "partner" Kabul-cabal that still lacks sufficient GDP to pay its own [...]

The Russia-Afghanistan Story Is Western Propaganda At Its Most Vile

By Caitlin Johnstone. -

All western mass media outlets are now shrieking about the story The New York Times first reported, citing zero evidence and naming zero sources, claiming intelligence says Russia paid out [...]

Chris Hedges On Contact: Julian Assange Extradition Hearing

Chris Hedges discusses the extradition hearing of Julian Assange with lawyer, author and professor, Marjorie Cohn. Marjorie Cohn is professor emerita at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, [...]

Government Attacks Media As People’s Media Reveals The Truth

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance. -

Government attacks on the media are escalating as the battle for the narrative grows in importance. For the last decade, stories produced and amplified by the democratized media have put the [...]

Assange Hit With New Indictment, Possible FBI Sting Operation

By Joe Lauria, Consortium News. -

The Justice Department on Wednesday said it had filed a second superseding indictment against imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, adding to existing computer intrusion charges. “The [...]

United States: Over 400 Attacks On Press Freedom In Under A Month

By Deutsche Welle. -

One of those incidents involved a DW reporter named Stefan Simons. He was shot at with rubber bullets and threatened with arrest in Minneapolis several weeks ago. How typical is his experience [...]

What Journalism Needs Is Not More Diversity, But Less White Supremacy

By Janine Jackson, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. -

As police violence against Black people and those who would rise in their defense forces a national engagement—of a sort—with the reality of white supremacy in our institutions, the widening [...]