Are we getting real news? Not unless we pick apart the manipulations foisted on the public by the government and the media. Tune in for Russ Baker’s how-to guide.
WhoWhatWhy first brought you the story of the disturbing trend of police departments arming themselves with surplus weapons from the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq to patrol Main Street, U.S.A. Others are finally picking up on this explosion of police firepower.
Every war needs soldiers, and America’s undeclared wars since World War II have increasingly relied on nearly invisible ones for the jobs that need deniability. Read on to see how the influence of CIA contractors has surged since 9/11 in this excerpt from Shadow Warfare: The History of America’s Undeclared Wars.
“Hacktivist journo” Barrett Brown pleaded guilty to reduced charges that drastically lower his potential prison exposure. Here’s what happened in case you missed it.
WhoWhatWhy Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker talks to RT’s Going Underground about the dangers of Internet censorship carried out in the name of counter-terrorism
Tuesday marks the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. The Nicole Sandler show invited Russ Baker on to discuss his investigation of the myths and discrepancies surrounding the case. The conversation broadened into a fascinating look at the Who, the What and the Why of some of the biggest events in recent history. The podcast is a must-listen.
If there is a cooler way to see the earth’s air currents on the move, we don’t know what it is.
In this interview with Canadian television, an American professor and author takes on government and trust—but only goes so far. Please weigh in on this.
A speech and an editorial by individuals with immaculate establishment credentials raise questions about what the Bush administration knew before the 9/11 attacks.