General Failure: How the U.S. Military Lied About the 9/11 Wars

The Intercept
September 8, 2011

Pretty much every day since 9/11, the U.S. military has disciplined soldiers who failed to do their jobs properly. They have been punished for minor offenses, like being late for duty, and for serious crimes, such as murder or assault. Since 2001, there have been more ...  (Read more)

Reality Winner, Whistleblower on Russian Hacking, Is Released From Prison

The Intercept
June 14, 2021

Reality Winner, the most prominent and harshly punished whistleblower of the Trump era, has been released to a halfway house after serving most of her five-year sentence for leaking a classified document on Russia’s effort to hack the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Court ...  (Read more)

Hiding Covid-19: How the Trump Administration Suppresses Photography of the Pandemic

The Intercept
December 27, 2020

AS COVID-19 TORE through the United States in the spring, a senior official in the Trump administration quietly reinforced a set of guidelines that prevented journalists from getting inside all but a handful of hospitals at the front line of the pandemic. The guidelines, ...  (Read more)

As Trump Is Defeated, the Murdochs Try to Dodge Backlash for Fox News

The Intercept
November 6, 2020

A BEHIND-THE-SCENES STRUGGLE that could determine the extent of post-election violence in America is breaking into the open, but it’s not at the White House or inside the GOP. It is within the billionaire Murdoch family, the owners of Fox News.

On Friday morning, ...  (Read more)