American thinker Noam Chomsky discusses the changes taking place in American culture and what to expect.
The UK Parliament on Monday voted to renew Trident, Britain's aging nuclear weapons system. New UK Prime Minister Theresa May. (Photo: Reuters) By Deirdre Fulton, staff writer Common Dreams July 18, 2016 As the BBC explains, "the MPs' vote approves the manufacture of four replacement submarines at a current estimated cost of £31bn"—though campaigners have put More
The investigation began in 2011 after the media uncovered an improper relationship between the Malaysian government and a company making documentaries about Malaysia. By MintPress News Desk MintPress News August 20, 2015 LONDON — This week, after a multi-year investigation, a prominent British media watchdog accused multiple TV networks of improperly accepting sponsorship money in More
‘Why has Google killed this example of my journalism?’ RT July 4, 2014 Photo: Reuters / Mark Blinch The fallout of the EU’s ‘Right to be Forgotten’ ruling has impacted a number of European news publications who suddenly found some of their “inadequate” and “irrelevant” pieces disappear from the web search engine results pages. More
Glenn Greenwald "The Goal Of The U.S. Government Is To Eliminate ALL Privacy Globally!" Posted on Nov 29, 2013 truthdig.com MOXNEWSd0tC0M/YouTube Stephen Sackur of BBC’s “HARDtalk” appeared absurd this week when he challenged Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who led reporting on the NSA documents leaked by Edward Snowden, on minutiae irrelevant to the historic More