What does George H.W. Bush have to do with the Kennedy assassination? It seems outlandish at first glance, but do some digging and you'll come up with more questions than answers.
Michael Hastings car accident investigated, plus there's a possible Occupy Houston assassination plot.
The latest from WhoWhatWhy on Syrian blunders-in-waiting, NSA wiretapping, and prominent Saudi ties to 9/11 being covered up by the FBI
WhoWhatWhy.com Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker writes an eloquent remembrance of the late journalist Jonathan Rowe—and why his ideas are so crucial for our future.
An update in the persecution of journalist/hacktivist Barrett Brown, a few goodies pertaining to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, and some handy A/V clips to keep us sane in the midst of all the nonsense.
Two recent massacres—one in Boston, the other in Colorado—shine a light on how the press operates, and how they're designed to present a very particular version of events for news consumers.
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US Media Double Standard--on Uprisings In Syria And Uprisings In...the US By Russ Baker on Feb 11, 2013 Why is torching a police kiosk an admirable thing in Syria but cause for consternation in the United States? Why is protest again corrupt
Russia is a big player in the Syrian conflict and it's difficult to know what to believe—which is Russ Baker's point. Journalist Russ Baker frequently digs into the stories behind the headlines, and he's asking the tough questions about