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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
James Risen told Democracy Now in October that he believes that a "major part" of President Obama's legacy will be his attempt to "erode press freedom in the United States." (Screenshot: Democracy Now!)
The United States government has confirmed that it will seek limited testimony from New York Times reporter James Risen, according to court documents filed Tuesday, in regards to his relationship with the alleged CIA leaker Jeffery Sterling. Ahead of the official filing, press freedom advocates had welcomed the news that the Department of Justice...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
In what supporters are calling a "big victory for defying illegitimate...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
The Obama administration has less than one week to decide whether it intends to...

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Partnering with Brave New Films to counter the increasingly right-wing slant of a "new media ecosystem," intrepid independent Sen. Bernie Sanders has launched a weekly online show, "Senator Sanders Unfiltered," to speak directly with voters on health care, the class divide and other issues. See the first one here "Democratic debate has always been a two-way street. Now, it's more like five intersecting eight-lane highways. I'm pleased to be running out into the middle of that traffic."