CIA Headquarters Got Vaccinated in Early January

“Nobody gives a shit about the overseas workforce,” a former CIA officer complained.


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Ryan Grim

An attorney for Tara Reade has approached a swath of media outlets demanding they correct a claim that she lied about graduating from college.



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Ken Klippenstein

“Nobody gives a shit about the overseas workforce,” a former CIA officer complained.



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People incarcerated at a Texas federal prison describe multiple health hazards, including a careless response to the coronavirus.



Inside Gab, the Online Safe Space for Far-Right Extremists

Micah Lee

The hacked data from Gab contains 65 gigabytes of data, including 4 million Gab accounts, 31,000 groups, and 39 million posts.



Missouri Prosecutors Lack the Power to Right a Wrongful Conviction

Jordan Smith

Prosecutor Kim Gardner agrees that Lamar Johnson is innocent, but the state’s top court says there’s nothing she can do about it.



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Ryan Grim

Cuomo deployed the “WEP” to back male machine candidates over women with a real shot at winning.



Private Companies Maneuvering to Cash In on Biden’s Child Migrant Detention

John Washington

Two of the firms poised to vie for new lucrative child-detention contracts have checkered pasts in migrant detention.



Brazil’s Lula Launches Comeback — as the Judge Who Locked Him Up Falls From Grace

Alexandre de Santi, Rafael Moro Martins

By ending Lula’s political ban and trying the ex-judge Sergio Moro for bias, the Supreme Court shook up Brazilian politics.



Women’s Safety Movement Sparked by Sarah Everard’s Murder Should Focus More on Cops and the Home

Natasha Lennard

Discussions of “stranger danger” can obscure the structures of gendered power, including state and domestic violence.



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