United States

  • »In praise of WikiLeaks« Jill Stein

    I’ve gotten a first—hand look at how the establishment attacks people who challenge the status quo. These attacks are intended to brand their targets as pariahs and stigmatize anyone who dares to challenge this narrative....
  • The US deal which would clear the way for further corporate domination.

    Most controversially, all financial services suppliers could transfer individual client data out of a TiSA country for processing, regardless of national privacy laws. This free flow of data across borders is true for the e-commerce annex as well; it breaks with thousands of years of precedent on locally kept...
  • The World in Review

    See this month’s ‪#‎WorldinReview‬, a collection of five photo galleries curated by Associated Press photo editors from each region of the world: ‪#‎Asia‬, ‪#‎Europe‬ and ‪#‎Africa‬, the Middle East, Latin America and the ‪#‎Caribbean‬ and the United States....
  • As US Scandals Grow Germans Seek Greater Political Independence

    For decades, Germany’s position in the West remained unquestioned. Following the NSA spying and other political scandals, many Germans want greater independence from the US. But does that mean getting closer to Moscow? John Emerson never stops smiling. On the evening of Friday, July 4 — Independence Day —...