WEEKLY NEWSLETTER - November 17
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A 2007 report from the CIA's Office of Medical Services (OMS) was released after an ACLU lawsuit. Part of it describes how Abu Zubaydah was subject to an "amateurish experiment" when he was waterboarded in 2002.
After a decade of intense political fighting, the United States finally has a quasi-stable political equilibrium on the Affordable Care Act. Jon Walker on how we got there.
Michael Sainato reports on residents in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, who are angry about a planned Amazon fulfillment center that will likely have a negative impact on their community.
The Justice Department's annual reports from 2016 and 2017 reveal several examples of how the government acts when journalists are targeted by investigations.
When Fox News host Tucker Carlson and his right-wing allies spread rumors and lies about anti-racist protesters who came to his home in Washington, D.C., Democrats and liberal media personalities immediately treated them as truth.
Beyond Prisons - Episode 30: Prison Reporting.
Unauthorized Disclosure - A Report from Brazil on Jair Bolsonaro's Victory
Protest Song Of The Week
Canadian hip-hop artist Lee Reed deconstructs the common political expression, "thoughts and prayers," exposing how it reinforces a status quo that benefits Western capitalism and empire.