With propaganda in full tilt about the murder of Seth Rich and possible connections between Trump and Russia, there are more than a few things you need to keep in mind.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning is now free from prison — but the active duty soldier's freedom won't be as liberating as it should.
A recent two-part study found swearing, a lot, indicates that a person is more honest than their self-censoring tame-mouthed peers.
Wikileaks called out NPR for publishing Fake News — on the taxpayer dime, no less — for saying the publishing outlet was responsible for posting leaked documents on the newly-elected French president.
Ominous legislation was just signed into law criminalizing constitutionally protected protest and speech, that will fine protesters up to $1 million.
Julian Assange goes on an epic Twitter rant to defend his character and expose the nefarious deeds of those who want to kill him.
On World Press Freedom Day, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange called Hillary Clinton the 'butcher of Libya,' and requested Sweden set him free.
A court went beyond eminent domain so that Sunoco can build its pipeline — and any landowners who protest will now be arrested.
Where's Trump's heartfelt speech on the suffering of innocent people at the hands of terrorists? There's not one because these terrorists are in Saudi Arabia.
Suspended state trooper Ryan Luckenbaugh will serve 9 to 22 months in prison for kicking a handcuffed man in the face -- a win for accountability.
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