CNN, MSNBC, and more corporate news networks hire former top U.S. government officials as analysts, who call for a more belligerent foreign policy, Ben Norton reports.
U.S. corporate media “does not report on the slaughter and the persecution of people by these U.S.-backed governments until most of them are dead,” says Black Agenda Report’s Glen Ford
Sociologist and author Tom Mills talks about growing public mistrust of the media, who owns the print media, and how the broadcast media tends to draw its journalists from certain sectors of society
Sanders still has a fighting chance if he routs Clinton in key, upcoming races, says award-winning author Robert McChesney
Joe Biden’s decision to not run for president and Jeb Bush’s lagging campaign have received far more coverage than Bernie Sanders
A data breach into Clinton Campaign records by a Sanders staffer prompted the Democratic National Committee to suspend its access to vital voting records on the heels of one of Sanders’ biggest days yet
Arctic sea ice, Greenland ice sheet, Arctic methane are all key to climate change