The director, who won an Academy Award for a film about Edward Snowden, sees WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a historical figure.
Laura Poitras’s Risk shows the WikiLeaks founder in all his anti-authoritarian glory, as well as illustrating his dodgy relations with women.
After Dina Ali Lasloom was apparently kidnapped to be returned to a forced marriage, Human Rights Watch starts #SaveDinaAli.
The government’s defense science agency counts Agent Orange, bunny ESP and draining the Great Lakes among its interests and achievements.
“I’ll beat your...ass,” the broadcaster tells Adam Schiff, the top Intelligence Committee Democrat, on a YouTube video.
Don't look for standard-issue history or literature: Steve Bannon's reading list is heavy on war-fighting, apocalypse and identifying the scourge of what might be called “the other.”
Critics say Alexander Acosta’s settlement with Jeffrey Epstein was egregious and out of the ordinary.
Journalist's new book details the fall of Lancaster, Ohio, once home to a humming glass factory but now beset by poverty.
Concerns voiced about private emails, Trump’s personal phone and handling of sensitive material.
The private server was implicated when the George W. Bush White House “lost” 22 million emails.
The group’s founder, Chris Cox, is a hot commodity as he prepares his “wall of meat” for the inaugural parade.
Days before Donald Trump becomes president, Trump U offers millions of dollars to former students who claimed their courses were a scam.
Most Americans think repealing it without a replacement is a bad idea, polls show, but there are some who are steadfastly against it.
Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, explains the fight to preserve women's rights.