Climate Changes, Washington Freezes
By Dave Lindorff on Feb 7, 2014
Talking about climate change seriously without discussing the causes of it may seem silly, but that's precisely the language of Washington.
Does US “Death Sentence” In Boston Case Equal Silence?
By Russ Baker on Feb 3, 2014
It might seem the most normal thing in the world for the US government to seek the death penalty in the case of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger of two brothers accused of planting the Boston Marathon bombs. But in a murky case with continued strange goings-on, we’d be wise to consider where this death penalty strategy will lead. Will it help us learn the truth, or will it bury the truth forever?
JFK: The Never-Ending Wait For Answers
By Christopher Scholl on Jan 24, 2014
Tens of thousands of documents related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy remain locked up and classified at the National Archives. Now, more than 50 years after the President’s tragic death, one activist is trying a new approach to prying them loose.