The OpenPower Foundation, an American organization founded by tech giants Google and IBM is working with a company that is helping China's authoritarian government conduct mass surveillance against its citizens.
The new superdelegate rules, combined with a crowded field and early elections, could lead to a brokered convention in 2020.
A little more than a year ago, I was sitting across from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a Queens diner for an interview. This was before anybody outside of her immediate community in New York City knew her name.
Locked for weeks or months in solitary cells, mentally ill and vulnerable detainees are plagued by anxiety, anger, depression and suicidal impulses.
Thousands of migrants have died crossing the desert in Arizona. The US government is prosecuting activists who try to save lives and recover bodies.
Erik Prince now offers a complete mercenary supply chain: anything from military hardware to social media manipulation in partnership with Project Veritas.
The campaign's new organizing tool, called BERN, helps volunteers track potential supporters and voters, allowing them to log the name and background of anyone they talk to, from friends and family members to a stranger on the street.
A new report, published ahead of the raid's third anniversary and shared exclusively with The Intercept, reveals troubling details about the prosecution and raises serious questions about due process, the abuse of federal conspiracy charges and the criminalization of social relationships in communities of color.
Due to the vagaries of American corporate accounting, companies routinely tell investors on conference calls that they made billions in profit over the previous quarter, then turn around and tell the IRS that, actually, they made no money at all, so don't owe any taxes.
The Supreme Court death penalty decision sparked outrage. But the court has long given constitutional cover to the most grotesque executions.
Facebook appears to deliver certain ads, including for housing and employment, in a way that aligns with race and gender stereotypes — even when advertisers ask for the ads to be exposed a broad, inclusive audience.
The mere fact that presidential candidates are being asked about sex work represents a seismic shift in public discourse on the sex work community.
The situation at Gymboree echoes other recent retail bankruptcies in which executives got a king's ransom while everyone else got a firm handshake.
A startup founded by the young and outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump is among the latest tech companies to quietly win a contract with the Pentagon as part of Project Maven, the secretive initiative to rapidly leverage artificial intelligence technology from the private sector for military purposes.
So much has happened over the last seven and a half weeks that it's impossible to take stock of it all. But by looking through the wreckage, perhaps you can get a sense of Brazil's political life as of late.
The bulk are for noncriminal behavior, drug violations and low-level offenses. Since 1980, arrests for drug violations have increased by 170 percent, and racial disparities in enforcement have grown even more stark.
Beginning in 2016, according to one source, Ring provided its Ukraine-based research and development team virtually unfettered access to a folder on Amazon's S3 cloud storage service that contained every video created by every Ring camera around the world.
How an undercover oil industry mercenary tricked pipeline opponents into believing he was one of them, at Standing Rock and beyond.
"We want to cross the bridge and we want them to hear our claims," said a Honduran man who joined others from the refugee caravans in a hunger strike.
An investigation by a team of independent Mexican journalists shows that some 2,000 clandestine graves have been found in Mexico between 2006 and 2016.