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'Climate Floods. Climate Droughts. Climate Fires': Interactive Map Illustrates How Planetary Crisis Threatens Every Corner of US

Digital project allows Americans to recognize the "most significant climate threat unfolding" in their own backyard.

Julia Conley ·

Corporate Crime at the New York Times and Washington Post

How much would it cost to put that item on the agenda?

Russell Mokhiber ·

NYT's Krugman Pilloried on 9/11 Anniversary for Claiming No 'Mass Outbreak of Anti-Muslim Sentiment' in US After 2001 Attacks

Anti-Muslim hate crimes soared after 9/11, and thousands of Muslims in the U.S. were detained—and some tortured—in George W. Bush's futile anti-terror dragnet. 

Brett Wilkins ·

NYT Urges Biden to Shun His Party’s ‘Left-Leaning Brand’

Being concerned with working-class Americans, to the New York Times and corporate Democrats, means portraying yourself as “an average guy,” not offering policies that will actually help the working class.

Julie Hollar ·

Worries About Foreign 'Hacking' of Vaccine Research Place Corporate Profits Ahead of Public Health

By spinning the intellectual property of large US corporations as something that must be safeguarded rather than something that should be shared, US media are failing to inform their audiences about how corporations are delaying the development of a vaccine—and causing unnecessary deaths.

Joshua Cho ·

Media Conceal—or Celebrate—Depriving Syrians of Food and Medicine

US media coverage has endorsed, downplayed or ignored the harm the sanctions will inflict on Syria’s civilian population, and the misery years of previous sanctions have already inflicted.

Gregory Shupak ·

Friedman at 50 Friedman Units: What Did We Do to Deserve This?

Thanks to his relentless service as a mouthpiece for US empire and capital, he’s permitted to continue churning out his pseudo-thoughts week after week.

Belén Fernández ·

Corporate Media Team With Trump to Disparage Public Health Experts

Contrary to a recent New York Times headline, it's clearly not a question of "who" is protesting, when it comes to public health recommendations. It's "what" is being protested.

Julie Hollar ·

NYT Acknowledges Coup in Bolivia—While Shirking Blame for Its Supporting Role

The fatal flaws in the report the OAS used to subvert a member government, long obvious, are now undeniable even to the New York Times.

Camila Escalante ·

NYT Erases US Occupation's Role in Prolonging Taliban Insurgency

The Times also demonstrates a commitment to the propagandistic narrative of the "War on Terror."

Joshua Cho ·

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