Johns Hopkins University is acquiring the building that houses the Newseum in Washington, D.C., where it plans to consolidate its presence in the nation's capital, provide more opportunities for students and better inform policymakers, officials an
An award-winning reporter and editor for German magazine Der Spiegel has resigned after admitting to fabricating stories and sources, as well as making up quotes for his articles.
"We have seen this rapid rise in deep learning technology and the question is: Is that going to keep going, or is it plateauing? What's going to happen next?"
In an exclusive video interview recently recorded at the presidential suite of the historic Watergate Hotel, the victims of Bill Clinton's alleged sexual assaults - Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey, and Paula Jones - blasted the mainstream n
New York Magazine Makes "The Case Against the Media" Editor Genevieve Smith tells Folio: why now's the time to dig deep into public distrust … On July 25, New York magazine featured a cover story that immediately sparked interest among those
Lawyers for former House Speaker Dennis Hastert are asking a federal judge to spare him jail time for violating a federal anti-money laundering law, but are remaining vague about the nature of the decades-old misconduct he agreed to pay at least $3.5
The nation of Brazil has been under a multi-front assault ever since they have shown any independence from their North American overlords in Washington, D.C. The banksters and politicos in New York City, who have always dictated the destiny of Brazil
Hours after the news conference where Oregon investigators declared the January 26 roadblock killing of LaVoy Finicum "justified", Sibel Edmonds joined Peter B. Collins in a conversation with Todd Macfarlane, who had been representing the Finicum
A former New York Times reporter has been found murdered in the Dominican Republic following her exposure of MKUltra. Sarah Kershaw was found asphyxiated due to strangulation on Monday at her apartment in Sosua. Project MKUltra, often referred to
As former House Speaker Dennis Hastert prepares to plead guilty in accordance with a deal he has made with federal prosecutors, most media will focus on the crimes the FBI mentioned in his indictment. Since Hastert was charged in May, the public has
A new Defense Department manual allows for detention of journalists indefinitely if the military thinks they are sympathizing with or cooperating with the enemy. But who is the enemy when wars are no longer declared?
Recently, several journalists who worked in the mainstream media (MSM) exposed its corrupt nature, weighing in on the growing mistrust it inspires. We hope the following will inspire you to support independent media like Global Research! Former ch
Secret documents reveal that global banking giant HSBC profited from doing business with arms dealers who channeled mortar bombs to child soldiers in Africa, bag men for Third World dictators, traffickers in blood diamonds and other international out
The US State Department has openly discussed shutting down RT, the Russian news network. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland was asked about the idea of shutting the company down at a meeting at the Brookings Institution. She said no, pay
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The first journalist to report on the death of a Argentine state prosecutor, who was investigating the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, said on Saturday that he had fled Argentina fearing for