Jake Johnson, staff writer
A small "left-right anti-war coalition," warns The Intercept 's Glenn Greenwald, remains "no match for the war machine composed of the establishment wings of both parties."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"After nearly 19 years, over 147,000 casualties and total costs over a trillion...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
The United Nations announced Thursday that at least 75.9 million people were forcibly displaced as of the end of last year. (Photo: Houssam Hariri/UNHCR)
"These numbers should serve as a wake-up call to the international community on...


Little noted by a mainstream media willfully blind to America's ongoing human rights abuses, Mohamedou Ould Slahi's "endless world tour" of detention and torture over 14 harrowing years at Guantánamo may come to a close after being cleared Wednesday for release. The author of the searing Guantánamo Diary and reportedly Gitmo's most tortured prisoner, Slahi - it is vital we remember this - was never charged with a crime.