U.S. News

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-movement530x300.jpg

“Lynching” conviction of Black Lives Matter leader seen as crushing dissent

A young African American political activist is trembling today at the thought of having to face as many as four years in prison.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-marchselma520x312.jpg

Alabama’s new Jim Crow far from subtle

In Alabama, 50 years after Selma, voting rights are once more under assault. 

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-NSA520x300.jpg

Booksellers and librarians file brief in new NSA spy case

Groups urge a federal court to limit the NSA's surveillance of international electronic communications, including those relating to the purchase and use of books.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-sized.jpg

The way to remember 9/11: Restore workers’ rights and the Constitution

It seems that in the intervening years, the country as a whole - and its political leaders in particular - have forgotten about this attack and its victims.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-att2.jpg

Here’s why close collaboration between NSA and AT&T matters

New disclosures about the NSA's partnership with AT&T could reignite constitutional challenges to the spy agency's efforts to wiretap the Internet.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-unnamed33.jpg

Protest against prosecutor’s charges in year-old Ferguson arrests

The News Guild denounced the St. Louis County prosecutor's criminal charges against the two reporters who were arrested a year ago during the protests against Michael Brown's death. 

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-4-17-71-FBI-Seeks-to-Choke-Off-Critics520x300.jpg

Brave activists who broke into FBI office in '71 remembered

I was the Washington correspondent of the Daily World and received a packet in the mail of top secret FBI documents exposing the surveillance of tens of thousands of law-abiding people.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-books.jpg

Authors and booksellers want DOJ to investigate Amazon

Amazon's business tactics have called into question the power the online retailer wields over the book industry.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-picassoRosenbergs520x387.jpg

Julius & Ethel's final day: June 19th, 1953

Despite massive, worldwide protests, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were executed in Sing Sing Prison; on this anniversary, their granddaughter has this message and shares videos.

assets/Uploads/_resampled/CroppedImage100100-unnamed-12.jpg

Obama wants you to have cheap, fast Internet, but telecom giants don’t

On Jan. 20 during the State of the Union address, President Obama pledged "to protect a free and open Internet."

1 2 3 4 58