<p>In what appears to be an unprecedented move, the White House revoked the press passes of a significant chunk of the Washington press corps because they didn’t meet a new standard, according to Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank. Under the new...
Yashar Ali 🐘White House revokes press passes for dozens of journalists
The release of John Walker Lindh, captured during the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, is highlighting questions about his reintegration into society.
Yashar Ali 🐘John Walker Lindh, Known as the ‘American Taliban,’ Is Set to Leave Federal Prison This Week.
Sources tell the New York Times that Lindh still holds extremist views and has expressed support for the Islamic State.
Delegates at the INMA World Congress of News Media enjoyed a lengthy Q&A with New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet. The career journalist discussed his newsroom’s relationship with President Donald Trump, access to quality journalism, trust...
Yashar Ali 🐘Disgraceful!
At a time when other zoos are shutting down their elephant exhibits, the @MilwaukeeCoZoo is expanding & looking to acquire more elephants
🐘 require lots of room to roam in order to be happy
And they admit they're doing this for money!
Stormy Daniels’s former attorney is a hyper-aggressive narcissist with shadows in his past—which made him a perfect adversary for Donald Trump. For a few months, the #Resistance hero even thought he could be president. Then the past caught up with...
Yashar Ali 🐘Inside the Epic Fall of Michael Avenatti.
“I Flew Too Close to the Sun. No Question. Icarus”
Great story by @emilyjanefox
Attorneys for journalist Bryan Carmody have argued that police violated his client’s right to due process along with the state shield law that protects journalists from being compelled to reveal their sources.
The last time Alison Spann saw her father, she was 9 years old. "My family drove to CIA," she recalls. "I was the only one who cried. The last memory I have of my dad is him walking away from us in the dark with all his bags."