Washington Post Reporter Admits ‘Russiagate’ Story A ‘F*Cking Crap Shoot’ In Project Veritas Video

After previously getting employees at CNN and the New York Times to admit there was little substance behind the claim of “Russia meddling” in the 2016 elections, Project Veritas caught the Washington Post’s national security reporter doing that as well. James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas and self-described “guerrilla journalist,” has made a number of […]

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Lawyers Walk Out Of New York Court After ICE Agents Arrest Client

Dozens of defense attorneys staged an impromptu protest outside a Brooklyn, New York courthouse after a Legal Aid Society client was arrested by federal authorities on immigration charges. Chanting “Stay out, ICE!” and “Shame on you!” attorneys with the Legal Aid Society and Brooklyn Defender Services protested outside the Brooklyn Criminal Court on Tuesday after […]

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36% Of Govt Websites Fail ‘Important’ Security Tests

Analysts who studied hundreds of federal websites found more than one-third did not have security measures to prevent hackers from intercepting visitors’ sensitive information or redirecting traffic to malicious phishing websites. The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a science and tech policy think tank, released a report Monday that said hundreds of federal websites […]

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Without Public Editor, NYT Ducks And Dismisses Criticism Of Its Sympathetic Nazi Profile

This past June, when the New York Times unceremoniously killed off its public editor position, publisher Arthur Sulzberger tried mightily to characterize the move as addition by subtraction. In a newsroom memo, he promised that a newly created “Reader Center” would make the paper’s reporting “more transparent” and its journalists “more responsive.” As FAIR (6/1/17) […]

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Australian Government Supports Brutal Assault On Manus Island Refugees

Under the close supervision of the Australian government, the Papua New Guinea (PNG) police force has violently terminated a month-long standoff with starving asylum seekers imprisoned on PNG’s remote Manus Island. Despite ongoing protests in Australia by many thousands of outraged people, police forcibly removed the remaining 348 men from the now defunct Australian-controlled detention […]

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