Media Watch

'19Jan
13

Opinion | WWJD? Oppose An Anti-Lynching Bill, Apparently.

Zach Gibson via Getty Images Mat Staver (far right), the founder of Liberty Counsel, at a demonstration outside the Supreme Court in December. The group opposes anti-lynching legislation that includes protections...
'19Jan
13

Opinion | WWJD? Oppose An Anti-Lynching Bill, Apparently.

Zach Gibson via Getty Images Mat Staver (far right), the founder of Liberty Counsel, at a demonstration outside the Supreme Court in December. The group opposes anti-lynching legislation that includes protections...
'19Jan
13

Letter: Walls are a failed technology, and not who we are

The wall, whether concrete or steel or styrofoam, is the failed technology of history gone by (the Great Wall is the best example). Our president has taken to tying it to our national opiate crisis. He talks...
'19Jan
13

George Pyle: Interdiction doesn’t work at the Rio Grande — the street or the river

“Fixed fortifications are monuments to man’s stupidity. If mountain ranges and oceans can be overcome, anything made by man can be overcome.” — Gen. George S. Patton Businesses do not fail because they don’t...
'19Jan
13

PDP speaks on abandoning Dino Melaye in police custody

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Council in Kogi State has described as fictitious, unfounded and tendentious, claims that the party has abandoned the spokesman of the council and senator...
'19Jan
13

They roam public buildings, making videos. Terrorism experts say they may be dangerous

The sun had long set when the two men trudged up to the justice center in Shawnee and peered inside. They pulled open the door and entered the modern brick building that houses the police department and city...
'19Jan
13

Prof: Western Sanctions Will Certainly Damage Russia As Well As West

Sputnik: Russia is expected to become the eighth-largest economy in the world by 2030, making it the biggest in Europe. How will Russia's relations with the EU change if forecasts come true? Professor Kevin Dowd: I...
'19Jan
13

Thousands Rally In Serbia Against Vucic For Sixth Week

In-Depth Coverage January 12, 2019Thousands of people have gathered in Belgrade for the sixth week of street protests against Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, whom they accuse of stifling media freedoms and...
'19Jan
13

U.S. Welcomes Macedonian Parliament's Decision To Back Name Change

In-Depth Coverage By RFE/RL January 12, 2019The Unites States has welcomed the decision by Macedonia's parliament to approve a constitutional amendment that renames the country the Republic of North Macedonia.In a...
'19Jan
13

NYT: FBI Investigated Whether Trump Was Working For Russia

In-Depth Coverage By RFE/RL January 12, 2019The New York Times is reporting that the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation opened a counterintelligence probe in 2017 into whether President Donald Trump was working...

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