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For more than three decades, he was perhaps the most prominent establishment voice for the antiwar, human rights and civil rights movements.
The New York Times’s new ombudsperson keeps the Gray Lady honest.
Andrew Sullivan garners much attention for his bold moves as a blogger. But what about the quality of his judgments?
News organizations thrilled to exploit the information Manning uncovered are deeply afraid of being associated with the brave whistle-blower himself.
While neglecting the real issues—and ignoring the radicalization of the Republican Party—reporters obsess over made-up “gaffes” and meaningless campaign moments.
The Wikileaks founder has been in Ecuador’s London embassy for six weeks awaiting a decision on his request for asylum.
The WikiLeaks cables not only uncovered extensive Washington influence in the region, it also ushered in a new age of investigative journalism.
The Nation’s longest-running columnist was a witty, brilliant, coruscating presence in our pages for almost thirty years.
For what the ancients called avarice and iniquity, Alex’s hate was pure. No writer had a deadlier sting against the corruptions of empire.
Cablegate did not just reveal secrets, it inspired a new culture of investigative journalism.