Matt Gaetz, Progressive Caucus, and Former Obama Ambassador Team Up to Oppose Syria Occupation

Robert Ford, who as ambassador to Syria pushed an aggressive approach to Bashar al-Assad’s regime, is now backing a resolution by Gaetz to end the remaining U.S. occupation.


U.S. Embassy in Niger Threatens a Pesky American Journalist and Then Backs Down

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In Niger, going to jail is often a death sentence, especially if you’re an activist or a journalist.



Matt Gaetz, Progressive Caucus, and Former Obama Ambassador Team Up to Oppose Syria Occupation

Ryan Grim

Robert Ford, who as ambassador to Syria pushed an aggressive approach to Bashar al-Assad’s regime, is now backing a resolution by Gaetz to end the remaining U.S. occupation.



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The first-of-its-kind lawsuit seeks to affirm that doctors can use their best medical judgment without fear of criminal penalty.



Atlanta Cop City Protesters Charged With Domestic Terror for Having Mud on Their Shoes

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The police’s guilt-by-association allegations aren’t designed to get convictions, but to break up a movement.



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