The government required him to see a therapist. He thought his words would be confidential. Now, the traumatized migrant may be deported.
The CIA, in a secret partnership with West Germany, used Crypto AG to sell encryption services to gullible governments and then promptly read all their clandestine communications.
A massive Canadian fossil trove reminds us how fleeting life on Earth can be—and how much peril we’re in.
“A confidential trove of government documents obtained by The Washington Post reveals that senior U.S. officials failed to tell the truth about the war in Afghanistan throughout the 18-year campaign, making rosy pronouncements they knew to be false and hiding unmistakable evidence the war had become unwinnable.”
How Two Housekeepers Took On the President — and Revealed that His Company Employed Undocumented Immigrants
An investigative piece about two women who brought to light that, even as President Trump was campaigning and governing on a platform of deporting undocumented immigrants, he was employing many of them. A number of undocumented workers who were employed by the Trump organization, at golf courses and resorts like Mar-a-Lago, took great risks in speaking to reporters. Many of them have lost their jobs and suffered various consequences.
‘Heil Trump’ and an anti-gay slur were scrawled on an Indiana church right after Trump’s election. The investigation led to an unlikely suspect—and the discovery of a hate crime hoax. Eventually, it led to forgiveness.
Life and death in rural America in the age of telemedicine.
“Twelve years ago, 47 dogs were rescued from Michael Vick’s dogfighting operation and allowed to live. They’ve enriched the lives of countless humans and altered the course of animal welfare.”
“Alumni boast about a Howard swagger. They see it in [Kamala] Harris now — in her impatient questioning as a senator, in her tone of voice as a candidate that can read as confident, cocky and condescending all at once.”
Shifts in media, including the loss of Washington bureaus, have changed the composition of Washington D.C. reporting. Now the trade press outnumbers the mainstream press. It’s good for trade reporters, but is it good for readers?