Mueller Indictment Part Of Cycle Of Information Warfare And Election Meddling Between U.S. And Russia
The Mueller indictment is part of an ongoing cycle of information warfare and election interference between the United States and Russia that goes back decades.
Sanders’ single-payer bill and Clinton’s book crystallize the deep ideological differences within the base and establishment of the Democratic Party.
Democrats demand the country focus on Russia’s alleged election interference without proof instead of advancing a platform that can compete with Trump.
Donald Trump is often described as a “post-truth” president. Yet, Hillary Clinton has crafted her own alternative reality about why she lost the 2016 election.
Wikileaks urges skepticism toward assertion that publications of DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign emails were connected to alleged Russian hacking.
A much-anticipated report from U.S. “intelligence community” contains no additional concrete proof that Vladimir Putin ordered hacking to influence the election.
If anonymous officials are right and WikiLeaks knows the Kremlin used them to undermine a U.S. election, then the government and press bear some responsibility.
In the wake of the 2016 election, Shadowproof believes it is worthwhile to assess the state of journalism and the need for contrition, especially from those with the most influence and power in the press who failed citizens so miserably. Donald Trump’s election was aided and abetted by liberal journalists, who accelerated the decline of
For this week’s “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast, Rania Khalek returns as co-host to process how to handle all the fear, panic, and uncertainty created by the presidential election of Donald Trump. We assess what needs to be fought immediately. Kevin Gosztola suggests the Dakota Access pipeline and return of the Keystone
Despite media’s claims it could never happen, Trump is the president-elect. Now pundits are trying to craft a narrative that doesn’t make them look like idiots.