Articles by Peter Maass

Peter Handke Won the Nobel Prize After Two Jurors Fell for a Conspiracy Theory About the Bosnia War

The Intercept  |  Nov. 14, 2019

Peter Handke Won the Nobel Prize. Then His Publisher Circulated a Defense of His Genocide Denialism.

The Intercept  |  Nov. 9, 2019

How the Nobel Prize Succumbed to the Literary Art of Genocide Denial

The Intercept  |  October 26, 2019

Congratulations, Nobel Committee, You Just Gave the Literature Prize to a Genocide Apologist

The Intercept  |  October 10, 2019

Why Is Bill de Blasio Trying to Kill Me? New York’s Mayor Prefers Drivers Over Bicyclists

The Intercept  |  September 22, 2019

HBO’s “Succession” Is a Masterful Demolition of the Absurdity and Cruelty of Our 1 Percent Overlords

The Intercept  |  August 10, 2019

The Problem at Fox News Is Not Just Tucker Carlson — It’s the Murdochs Who Owns the Network

The Intercept  |  July 10, 2019

How James Murdoch Uses Philanthropy to Distance Himself from the Taint of Fox News

The Intercept  |  June 29, 2019

What the Concentration Camps of Bosnia Can Teach Us About the Abuse of Immigrants at the U.S. Border

The Intercept  |  June 27, 2019

What the Horror of “Chernobyl” Reveals About the Deceit of the Trump Era

The Intercept  |  June 5, 2019

Being Rupert Murdoch: How the Founder of Fox News Spreads His Brand of Destruction

The Intercept  |  April 25, 2019

How Lachlan Murdoch Went From Studying Philosophy to Exploiting White Nationalism at Fox News

The Intercept  |  March 30, 2019

Fox News Is Poisoning America. Rupert Murdoch and His Heirs Should Be Shunned.

The Intercept  |  November 4, 2018

Max Boot Is Very Sorry for Backing the GOP and the Iraq Invasion. Why Is He Being Praised for This?

The Intercept  |  October 13, 2018

Dear Senators: Opposition to Brett Kavanaugh Includes Churches, Professors—Even His Own Friends

The Intercept  |  October 5, 2018

Why Brett Kavanaugh’s High School Friends Try to Protect His Reputation—and Theirs

The Intercept  |  October 4, 2018

The Internet Archive Publishes Brett Kavanaugh’s 1983 Yearbook, a Key Document in Nomination Battle

The Intercept  |  October 3, 2018

Is Brett Kavanaugh’s High School Ditching Him? More Than 100 Alumni Sign Petition Against Him

The Intercept  |  October 3, 2018

“Our Silence Will Serve No One”—Alumni of Brett Kavanaugh’s School Urge Sharing of Information

The Intercept  |  September 29, 2018

Here Are 5 Questions the FBI Should Ask Mark Judge About Brett Kavanaugh

The Intercept  |  September 29, 2018

The Closer You Look, the Worse Brett Kavanaugh’s Relationship with Mark Judge Appears

The Intercept  |  September 25, 2018

Memoir About Brett Kavanaugh’s High School Portrays Culture of Aggression and Excessive Drinking

The Intercept  |  September 22, 2018

America’s War Narrative Focuses on Its Soldiers. Afghans and Iraqis Are Brushed Aside

The Intercept  |  September 2, 2018

Before Snowden, an NSA Spy Incited Change from the Inside. He Called Himself a “Curmudgeon.”

The Intercept  |  Aug. 15, 2018

Trump Finds New Weapon for His War on Journalism—Leak Indictments Aimed at Smearing Reporters

The Intercept  |  July 15, 2018

Paul Manafort Has Inadvertently Helped America by Showing the Absurdities of Its Bail System

The Intercept  |  June 9, 2018

Reality Winner Has Been in Jail for a Year. Her Prosecution Is Unfair and Unprecedented.

The Intercept  |  June 3, 2018

Donald Trump Has Liberated Koreans From the Illusion That America Is Helping Them

The Intercept  |  May 25, 2018

Ten Journalists Were Killed in Afghanistan. Please STFU About the White House Correspondents Dinner.

The Intercept  |  May 1, 2018

James Comey told Obama His Use of Phrase “Mass Incarceration” Was Insulting to Law Enforcement

The Intercept  |  April 18, 2018

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