Maj. Danny Sjursen discusses the troubling U.S. response to the international criminal court’s decision to permit an investigation into the Afghanistan War.
Robert Scheer speaks with Tariq Ali, renowned British journalist and co-editor of the recent collection of essays, “In Defense of Julian Assange.”
Intelligence expert William Binney discusses the revelation that a widely used encryption service has been in government hands for decades.
As tensions between progressives and moderates boil over, former presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich offers an insider’s take on the party
“College Behind Bars” director Lynn Novick and former inmate Jule Hall examine how prison education can be used to combat recidivism.
Activist Norman Solomon discusses how the class war that gave rise to Bernie Sanders’ campaign is the fault of a long line of corporate Democrats like Joe Biden.
The Grayzone’s Max Blumenthal reflects on his experience growing up with America’s most powerful family, the Sanders insurgency and more.
“The Report,” a new film by director Scott Z. Burns, whose work includes “the Bourne Ultimatum” and, more recently, “The Laundromat,” brings to life this dark chapter of recent American history with a star-studded movie featuring Annette Bening, Adam Driver and Jon Hamm.
Although the extent of our lawless detention program in Guantanamo Bay is something most of us know little about, it defines us all.
As experts worldwide try to tackle climate change with radical proposals, the Yale professor makes the case for a more moderate approach.