Did Bill O’Reilly Cover Up a War Crime in El Salvador?
Brian Williams isn’t the only one telling fibs. ;
CEO Of One Of The World's Largest Energy Majors "Sees No Reason For Petr...
The USA is fast running out of friends to support its 'exorbitant privelege'. Having alienated the Germans over NSA-eavesdropping, 'boomeran
FUD: Former FBI Guy Lies, Claiming New Mobile Encryption Would Have Resu...
Yesterday, we wrote about law enforcement freaking out over the announcements from both Apple and Google that they'd start encrypting phones
The Ukraine crisis: John Kerry and Nato must calm down and back off
The hysterical reaction to Russian military movements in Crimea won't help. Only Kiev can stop this crisis becoming a catastrophe
Exxon’s Pro-Fracking CEO Is Suing to Stop Fracking Near His Mansion | Th...
Chris Hayes introduces the latest victim of hydraulic fracking: an ExxonMobil CEO and his super-rich friends. ;
Apple Patent Could Make Autocorrect Gaffes a Thing of the Past
Although autocorrect can be a great feature, it also has many shortcomings in its current form.
US Navy Accidentally Emails Reporter Plans to Dodge his FOIA Request on ...
The United States Navy mistakenly sent NBC journalist Scott MacFarlane a strategy memo outlining methods to deny information he had requeste
Moto X Review: Motorola Builds Best Android Smartphone Of 2013
The Moto X is our favorite Android smartphone of 2013 for its innovative, exclusive features and new, low price.
Why is Google Funding Grover Norquist, Heritage Action and ALEC?
Whatever happened to 'don't be evil?'
Seymour Hersh on Obama, NSA and the 'pathetic' American media
Pulitzer Prize winner explains how to fix journalism, saying press should 'fire 90% of editors and promote ones you can't control'. By Lisa
David Miranda, schedule 7 and the danger that all reporters now face
Alan Rusbridger: As the events in a Heathrow transit lounge – and the Guardian offices – have shown, the threat to journalism is real and gr
Police Destroy Organic Farm in Massive SWAT Team Raid
Owners seek apology and compensation for wrongful raid in the latest example of police using military tactics to enforce minor violations ag
Glenn Greenwald's partner detained at Heathrow airport for nine hours
David Miranda, partner of Guardian interviewer of whistleblower Edward Snowden, questioned under Terrorism Act
Blurring the line between police officer and solider: The rise of the wa...
SWAT teams were once rare, but they now operate at every level of government, from small towns to federal agencies. Is it time to reconsider