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In the first years after 911, the CIA allowed the torture of detainees and lied to the Bush Administration and Congress about the intelligence it produced.

Black Sites and Dark Days for the CIA

In the first years after 911, the CIA allowed the torture of detainees and lied to the Bush Administration and Congress about the intelligence it produced.

from To the Point

President Obama has announced the most comprehensive U.S. sanctions against Russia since the Cold War. The move by the U.S.

Obama's Foreign Policy

President Obama has announced the most comprehensive U.S. sanctions against Russia since the Cold War. The move by the U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry made a  rhetorical suggestion  that Syria might turn over chemical weapons to international control.

Momentum Picks Up on Russian Syrian Arms Proposal

Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry made a rhetorical suggestion that Syria might turn over chemical weapons to international control.

from To the Point

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Buckle up.

from Left, Right & Center

In a world in which global opinion reigns, public diplomacy rooted in nationalism and propaganda will not save us from pressing crises.

from Scheer Intelligence

For months, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi resisted the mounting calls from her caucus to start impeachment proceedings.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When Gavin Newsom signed AB387 into law today, he ended 16 years of unsuccessful attempts by daycare providers statewide to unionize.

from KCRW Features

Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas and battered the Carolinas, but what dominated the news cycle?

from Left, Right & Center

Starting October 29, LAX won’t allow curbside pickup from companies like Uber and Lyft.

from Greater LA

Nearly 200 years ago, the Cherokee Nation signed a treaty with the United States. The result? They were forcibly removed from the Southeastern part of the U.S. to Oklahoma.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Jet aircraft, carrier task forces and tanks consume vast amounts of fossil fuel--while emitting vast amounts of greenhouse gases. The Pentagon’s carbon footprint is bigger than those of many entire nations. Now, it’s caught in the middle. It’s a massive contributor to climate change, which is threatening its mission worldwide. Seaports and airstrips are being flooded or burned out, and restoring operations costs many millions of dollars. Meantime, environmental damage is leading to instability and the prospect of international violence. Water shortages have increased tensions in the Middle East and caused new hostilities between India and Pakistan, two nuclear powers. Russia and China are taking advantage of changing conditions. Will politicians who scorn environmentalists and mistrust climate scientists listen to the warnings of military leaders?

from To the Point

“Midnight Traveler” tells the harrowing story of Afghani director Hassan Fazili and his family’s displacement as filmed on their cell phones.

from Scheer Intelligence