Investigative journalist, [Spencer Ackerman](http://www.theguardian.com/profile/spencerackerman), blew the lid off a secret interrogation facility located in Chicago when [The Guardian](http://www.theguardian.com/us) published [his story](http://www.thegu
Over 43 Mexican students have been missing since September and, as a result, over 56 people have been arrested, including police officers, drug cartel members, and local government officials. The students disappeared after Iguala mayor, Jose Luis Abarca,
It is almost surreal to think that just over a year ago mass surveillance was a convoluted conspiracy theory. Promulgating such thoughts, prior to Edward Snowden, could have drawn you comparisons to a nonsensical, tinfoil hat-wearing, fear-mongering eccen
The Intercept posted new NSA documents on Friday exposing the governments plans to spy on foreign companies to help give American companies an advantage. Last August, an NSA spokesman told the Washington Post via email ""The department does ***n
Traitor? Patriot? Spy? Savior? Edward Snowden has been called those things and worse. Some may be truer than others, and some not true at all. I call him a prophet. No, not the future-telling kind of prophet, but rather the truth-telling kind. The kind of
Congressman Massie recently revealed, during an interview with Glenn Beck, that 28 classified (redacted) pages from the investigative 9/11 report caused him to "rearrange his understanding of history."
Reading the latest conspiracy theories can certainly be entertaining. Technology is giving the ability to anyone to post anything on the internet and this can be somewhat problematic. Welcome to the age of "dis-information." However, this is an