When authors like these gather for lunch, you can be sure deep politics is on the menu.
Something strange is going on between the FBI and the defense team that represents Guantanamo inmates who are being prosecuted in connection with 9/11.
UK legislator David Davis has emerged as one of Britain’s top critics of government surveillance. Davis talks to Russ Baker about going to America to get the ammunition he needed to fight back home, and how he turned his phone bill into a weapon. An intriguing conversation with an intriguing man.
When Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant released radioactive plumes to the air, US sailors were there to help. Now, as some grow seriously ill from illnesses consistent with radiation exposure, who is helping them?
The government must’ve gotten the memo—prosecuting journalists for linking in the digital age isn’t the best PR.
CIA is again moving around someone who knows something and has a motivation to cover it up.