18 August 2015

Three years after Ecuador’s government granted political asylum to Julian Assange in its small ground-floor London embassy, the founder of WikiLeaks is still there -- beyond the reach of the government whose vice president, Joe Biden,...

07 May 2015


A powerful new film on what's wrong with the U.S. media is now being screened around the country. It's called Shadows of Liberty and you can set...

16 April 2015

April 13, 2015, WASHINGTON — On Monday, Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia introduced a resolution of disapproval to overrule the FCC's Net Neutrality order. Thirteen other Republican members of Congress joined Collins on the resolution....

28 February 2015

This week’s FCC action should bring us a major victory for Internet neutrality. It’s an important victory, without which the online world that we’ve come to take almost as for granted as the air we breathe would risk being radically...

31 January 2015
This cable was submitted as evidence by the prosecution in the trial of Jeffrey Sterling, a trial in which Sterling was convicted on entirely...
06 December 2014

When, three weeks ago, Rolling Stone published a horrific story about University of Virginia's rampant and systemic rape culture enabled by its own...

Pages

Subscribe to Media Watch