Ryan Devereaux

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Ryan Devereaux is a Brooklyn-based journalist covering national security and criminal justice. His work has appeared at The Guardian, RollingStone.com, The Nation, Democracy Now!, The Village Voice, and elsewhere.

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Report: After Spying Operation in Germany, CIA Outed Suspected Leaker to Retaliate Against Journalists

Report: After Spying Operation in Germany, CIA Outed Suspected Leaker to Retaliate Against Journalists

In a secret meeting in 2011, the CIA passed on information that would result in a senior German official losing his position because he talked to a reporter. Sound familiar?

“Iron Man” Suit Lives on in Dreams of Special Operations Commanders

“Iron Man” Suit Lives on in Dreams of Special Operations Commanders

The U.S. military’s most elite command teams up with the private sector to build a science fiction suit.

German Court Turns Down Drone Lawsuit but Leaves Door Open to Others

German Court Turns Down Drone Lawsuit but Leaves Door Open to Others

Amid the grim accounts of civilian deaths from U.S. drone strikes, the attack that killed Faisal bin Ali Jaber’s relatives has stood out. On August 29, 2012, a drone flying above the Yemeni town of Khashamir launched four missiles at a group of five men standing near a vehicle on a remote mountainside. All of>>

México: Caso Se Enreda en la Desaparición de los 43 Estudiantes

México: Caso Se Enreda en la Desaparición de los 43 Estudiantes

A Spanish-language excerpt of The Intercept’s two-part investigation into the disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa.

Sy Hersh’s bin Laden Story First Reported in 2011 — With Seemingly Different Sources

Sy Hersh’s bin Laden Story First Reported in 2011 — With Seemingly Different Sources

“Everything that [Hersh] has said has been spot on,” says R.J. Hillhouse, but “You can’t help but notice that everything he is saying in the story was first broken by me.”

Documents: Green Beret Who Sought Job At CIA Confessed To Murder

Documents: Green Beret Who Sought Job At CIA Confessed To Murder

Internal U.S. Army documents detail how a Green Beret allegedly confessed to capturing, shooting, and cremating an unarmed suspected bombmaker in Afghanistan.

Mexico: Case Unravels in Disappearance of 43 Students

Mexico: Case Unravels in Disappearance of 43 Students

The government said it had found the “historical truth” behind a night of terrible violence in Iguala. But evidence suggests the state isn’t disclosing all it knows.

Mexico: How 43 Students Disappeared In The Night

Mexico: How 43 Students Disappeared In The Night

The violence started with shots fired at several buses filled with students. It ended with six people dead and dozens of students seized by armed men. Months later, they are still missing.

When Will Obama Apologize for All the Other Innocent Victims of Drone Strikes?

When Will Obama Apologize for All the Other Innocent Victims of Drone Strikes?

Obama essentially said, “I’m only going to mourn if a Westerner is killed,” says a Pakistani lawyer for drone victims.

Secret Details of Drone Strike Revealed As Unprecedented Case Goes to German Court

Secret Details of Drone Strike Revealed As Unprecedented Case Goes to German Court

A secret report indicates the U.S. knew a drone strike in Yemen killed an anti-Al Qaeda cleric.