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In-Depth Interview: NYU’s Jordan H. Carver Talks About His Remarkable New Book About Rendition, Detention and Torture

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Jordan H. Carver's new book offers an unusual perspective--informed by architecture--on America's descent into rendition, torture, and brutal detention. Continue reading In-Depth Interview: NYU’s Jordan H. Carver Talks About His Remarkable New Book About Rendition, Detention and Torture

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PBC News & Comment: Manafort Deal Shows There’s Not Much Russia in Russiagate

Manafort’s plea deal triggers jubilance among Russiagate promoters, but Mueller prosecutors admit his convictions aren’t related to Russian “election meddling”… Continue reading PBC News & Comment: Manafort Deal Shows There’s Not Much Russia in Russiagate

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In-Depth Interviews: Dr. Jonathan Latham and UCSF Anti-tobacco Crusader Stan Glantz on the Poison Papers and More

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The Poison Papers have been added to the UCSF Industry Documents Library, and we get comments from researcher Dr. Jonathan Latham and veteran tobacco industry researcher Dr. Stan Glantz.... Continue reading In-Depth Interviews: Dr. Jonathan Latham and UCSF Anti-tobacco Crusader Stan Glantz on the Poison Papers and More

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In-Depth Interview: Mark Pertschuk of PreEmption Watch Explains How Big Soda Shook Down California

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Mark Pertschuk, who led the charge to change tobacco laws, exposes how pre-emption is used to thwart democracy and strengthen power of special interests. Continue reading In-Depth Interview: Mark Pertschuk of PreEmption Watch Explains How Big Soda Shook Down California

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PBC News & Comment: 9/11 Coverup and Myths Hold Firm After 17 Years

Corporate media continue to promote a false narrative and fear-filled Americans passively accept it, enabling Iraq war, torture, surveillance, police state…. Continue reading PBC News & Comment: 9/11 Coverup and Myths Hold Firm After 17 Years