A trial should be a crucible for the truth. While the legal outcome remains much in doubt, George Zimmerman’s murder trial is a reminder of the semi-permanence of race and the reality of the color ...
. . . details that have emerged from the exposure of hundreds of pages of previously classified NSA documents indicate that public assertions about these programs by senior U.S. officials have also ...
As I predicted last week, the attempts to attack the messenger on the NSA revelations would soon move from Snowden and Greenwald to the Guardian itself.
Last night the Observer newspaper, a long ...
Alas, there was no Wendy Davis to save us. Our governor, Taxin' John Kasich, has until midnight to sign the "budget" bill HB 59. He has now signed it.
Women across the state (and many men) were ...
The latest in a series of revolutionary reporting from The Guardian 's Glenn Greenwald reveals that under Obama, the NSA continued the Bush-era domestic datamining program Stellar Wind until 2011, ...
For those not following developments in Egypt, Sunday 30 June marks the first anniversary of the presidency of Muhammad Mursi. It is also the date of what are anticipated to be sizable nationwide ...
[http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/26/edward-snowden-ecuador-asylum-waits Edward Snowden 'not likely to gain asylum in Ecuador for months']
Miriam Elder (in Moscow)
That old boiling frogs metaphor has never been so apt. The slow, steady and relentless erosion of civil rights, political sanity and social justice never ceases. It's alarming to me that even those ...
It seems that Ed Snowden has guaranteed that he will not be silenced - or, rather, that the information he gathered on the NSA's (constitutionally-questionable) spying activities will not be buried.
With the magnificent expanse of the Golden Gate Bridge as backdrop and pathway, [http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/20/keystone-xl-protest-nurses-california_n_3473140.html?utm_hp_ref=green ...