The morning after the Hillary Clinton campaign was told that the New York City mayor’s office wasn’t going to bar news helicopters from buzzing ...
In bimonthly employee newsletters, behavior detection officers, who are supposed to help spot possible terrorists, do things like make fun of inexperienced or nervous travelers.
Journalist Andre Meister tells The Intercept the investigation only encourages him to continue — and perhaps accelerate — his work.
According to the former president, Americans are now experiencing "a complete subversion of our political system as a payoff to major contributors."
The Intercept’s co-Founding Editor Glenn Greenwald writes here on civil liberties, justice, foreign policy, media and more.
Listening to standard-issue neocons speak in a way they thought would not be public gives some insight into how they actually think and what they're saying when talking to one another.