Deborah Dupre | Conventional media reporters remain for the most part absent in the Brooklyn riots Friday, Day 4 of the U.S. “paramilitary” clashing with hundreds of protesters, angry at the Saturday police killing 16-year-old Kimani Gray, shot eleven times.
OWS | Occupy Wall Street coverage of the Kimani Gray Vigil, protests and arrests.
Press TV | A political analyst tells Press TV that the drone policy violates the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Pakistan and it is disrupting the normal life of ordinary people living in the tribal areas.
Jacob Chamberlain | The American Civil Liberties Union claimed a small victory against the CIA on Friday, following a federal court ruling that determined the CIA cannot deny its "intelligence interest" in the targeted killing program or continue its argument that the program's literal existence remains a secret protected by national security claims.
TheNewAmerican.com | The Missouri Department of Revenue is colluding with the Department of Homeland Security to collect citizens’ biometric information and store it in a massive federal database.
Shepard Ambellas | A nuclear test back in February prompted the UN to prepare sanctions on Pyongyang which escalated into threats last week out of North Korea of a preemptive nuclear strike on the United States. Friday North Korea pushed further firing test rockets into the Sea of Japan.
Bob Tuskin | My wife and I have been wondering why there has been unusual numbers military helicopters flying in our skies this week so I decided to look into it.
Andrea Germanos | “Anything that supports the position that Gulf War illness is a neurological condition is unlikely to ever be published,” Steven Coughin told lawmakers on Wednesday
Press TV | The mother of an African-American teenager who was fatally shot by police in New York City says that her son was slaughtered and she wants the arrest of the officers responsible.
Shepard Ambellas | Protestors massed at the 67th precinct in Flatbrush for the last 4 days in disagreement with the killing of an innocent 16 year old boy last Saturday who was shot dead by local police.
RT | Hundreds gathered in Brooklyn's East Flatbush neighborhood Tuesday for a second night of protest over the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray, who was shot to death by police days before.
Prof Michel Chossudovsky | In recent history, from the Vietnam war to the present, the month of March has been chosen by Pentagon and NATO military planners as the “best month” to go to war.
Shepard Ambellas | You can bet that eventually this guy and his endeavors will eventually make future headlines as domestic terror attacks will likely follow.
WSJ | China’s government told reporters Monday that it will maintain its family planning regime and hold steadfast to the one-child policy because the country faces mounting resource pressures from the high demands of its 1.34 billion citizens.
Sebastian A.B. | The “Universal National Services Act” of 2013 (H.R. 748) was proposed by Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY) on February 15, 2013 and referred to the Subcommittee on Military Personnel on March 6th.
Shepard Ambellas | The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is ramping up for what could be nothing other than a conflict on American soil.
JG Vibes | The US Air Force, which is responsible for carrying out these drone strikes has recently stopped reporting drone activity in Afghanistan, one of the areas that they are most active in.
Servando Gonzalez | Currently, the greatest risk to the national security of the American people is not China, Russia, al Qaeda, the Taliban, the sequestration, global warming (I mean, cooling) or the flu.
Paul Joseph Watson | A solicitation for a no bid contract posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website contains details of a DHS agreement with Sig Sauer to provide weapons parts under the remit of a $900,000 dollar a year contract set to run for five years.
Sartre | If this development is intended to restore confidence in the agency, just what kind of organization will emerge from a careerist covert agent at the helm?
dev-test.intellihub.com | he TSA head was questioned on how citizens have been invasively targeted at airports across the United States in the name of terror.
Daily Nation | France's surprise intervention in northern Mali against Islamist fighters involved in lucrative drug-running has disrupted cocaine supply to Europe but smugglers are already finding new routes, analysts said.
Press TV | Two New York City officers in plain clothes have shot to death a teenager in Brooklyn.
JG Vibes | Someone with no concept of history, or the effects of war itself would assume that PTSD is a new condition simply because the medical classification is fairly new.
ACLU | The ACLU currently has two Freedom of Information Act lawsuits pending before federal appeals courts in Washington and New York seeking the release of Office of Legal Counsel memos and other records concerning the targeted killing program.
JG Vibes | At a time when most people in North Korea are already starving, the United Nations has imposed new sanctions on the country that are sure to deepen the famine that they are currently experiencing.
Shepard Ambellas | A TSA inspector that is part of a team of operatives was able to literally penetrate airport security at the Newark Airport on February 25th of this year.
JG Vibes | This week at Manchester Community College in Connecticut a SWAT team responded to a report of a gun on Campus with immense force, treating the students like prisoners, and locking down the whole school for over 6 hours.
JG Vibes | On Thursday January 25th, New Jersey police officers entered the apartment of Keith Pantaleon without permission, warning, warrant or explanation.
Dave Hummels | Do you ever get the feeling that progressives have run out of ideas? This thought crossed my mind when I read Thom Hartmann’s “The Draft: A War-Killer” on Truthout. Hartmann advocates reinstatement of conscription in a “new and improved form.”