News and Features
Seymore Hersh has had a string of scoops since September 11, laying bare the covert community's skulduggery. Now, though, it seems he's toeing the government's line in regard to Iran.
As the country tilts toward war, media voices are craven in their obsequiousness.
Cable news peddles a soft-shoe rendition of what matters on the global stage, with certain exceptions.
Now that the Taliban regime has fallen in Afghanistan, that group's leaders can face fair and open trials for their crimes against humanity.
The Times fans the flames of public fear around the anthrax attacks.
Moral concern begins with the local, but shouldn't stop there.
George W. Bush, whose administration is addicted to secrecy, wants presidential papers classified indefinitely, not for the usual 12 years.
Bush Administration hijacks the Constitution with the Patriot Act and military tribunals; our supine media wakes up (briefly); Congress sleeps
The Institute for Creative Technologies makes Star Wars–type simulations for Army personnel
The sudden and unexpected collapse of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
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