Category: US

Seth Sandronsky: A Big Squeeze

Strengthen U.S. labor law. How best to proceed?

Raúl Capote: “The CIA’s Plans in Venezuela Are Far Advanced”

A former CIA collaborator revealed the strategy of the CIA in Venezuelan universities to create the kind of destabilizing opposition student movement the country is currently facing

Catherine Crump: Invasion of the Data Snatchers

Big Data and the Internet of Things means the surveillance of everything

Pete Dolack: State Department Tells Environment to Drop Dead

The U.S. State Department appears to be cooking the books in its studies of the Keystone XL Pipeline

Samantha Winslow: Insurgent Slate Wins Big for L.A. Teachers Local

An activist slate pledging to reenergize teachers to fight attacks on public schools has just won leadership of United Teachers-Los Angeles

Henia Belalia: Why are so many Migrants here in the First Place?

The migrant justice movement has mobilized an unprecedented wave of protest

Ashkan Soltani: Could NSA Record and Replay Every Call?

What we lose when we lose privacy

Bill Moyers: Who’s Buying our Midterm Elections?

The Supreme Court is expected to issue another big decision on campaign finance, one that could further open the floodgates to unfettered and anonymous contributions

Owen Jones: Libya Is A Disaster We Helped Create

Today’s Libya is overrun by militias and faces a deteriorating human rights situation

Andrew Cockburn: Sins of the Fatcat

Bob Ivry’s guide for tracking down the live villains and unburied bodies of the 2008 crash

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