Saudi Activist Rejects Deal to Recant Torture Allegations
“This attempt at coercion is a pathetic effort by the Saudi state to use propaganda to paper over its dire human rights reputation." More
DARE: Federal Judge Orders Release of Khashoggi Records by U.S. Government
Judge orders federal agencies to produce thousands of pages of documents on murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. President Trump lashes out at backlash... More
DARE: Pentagon Testing Mass Surveillance Balloons across the U.S.
Pentagon begins testing use of mass surveillance high-altitude balloons throughout six Midwest states. Apple has announced it is halting practice of... More
DARE: A Paradox at the Heart of the Newspaper Crisis
The New York Times' The Last Edition series looks at the state of local news in the United States, from the closing of newspapers to the paradoxes and... More
DARE: Security Reports Reveal How Assange Turned an Embassy into a Command Post for Election Meddling
CNN investigation reveals how Julian Assange received both deliveries of potentially hacked material related to the 2016 U.S. election and visits from... More
DARE: Insider Hired the Author of ‘Black Hawk Down’ and an Illustrator from ‘Archer’ to Adapt the Mueller Report so More People Would Read It
The Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election may be a bestseller, but even some members of Congress say they haven’t read... More
DARE: Migrant Children Are Suffering at the Border. But Reporters Are Kept Away from the Story.
As second-hand reports emerge of inhumane conditions at detention facilities for migrants, limits on access to members of the press come under scrutiny... More