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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Exposes Just How Easily Lobbyists Manipulate Policymakers
The freshman lawmaker reveals how industry insiders “schmooze" lawmakers and staffers to get them on-message.
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Former Intelligence Analyst Charged With Leaking Classified Documents To The Intercept
By Matthew Barakat, AP
Daniel Everette Hale, 31, was arrested on charges that include violating the Espionage Act and stealing government property.
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The Intercept Is Crowdfunding A Fellowship In Honor Of A Dying Progressive Activist
Ady Barkan, who suffers from ALS, has been a pivotal voice in protests against the tax cut legislation and the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
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Julian Assange Could Be Turned Over To U.K. Authorities Soon: Report
Ecuador is in talks to kick the WikiLeaks founder out of its embassy in London, according to The Intercept.
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Scott Pruitt Spent Thousands On 'Tactical Pants' And 'Tactical Polos'
The scandal-plagued EPA administrator continues to indulge himself at taxpayer expense.
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Pulitzer-Winner James Risen Joins The Intercept And First Look Media
The New York Times veteran will help steer national security reporting and direct press freedom fund.
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Reality Winner Wrote She Wanted To 'Burn The White House Down,' Prosecutor Says
The 25-year-old pleaded not guilty Thursday in the NSA leak case.
NSA Leaker's Parents Say They Fear For Her Safety
"She was afraid she was going to disappear," her mother said.
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Reality Winner Was Arrested For Leaking An NSA Memo. Here's What We Know About Her.
The federal contractor -- who allegedly leaked a document proving Russian meddling in the election -- doesn't seem to be a big fan of the president.
FBI Arrests Federal Contractor In Leak Of NSA Report On Russian Hacking Effort
Ryan J. Reilly
The Intercept published a May 5 intelligence report on a cyberattack aimed at a voting software company and local election officials.
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The Mosque That Disappeared
We committed a quiet little war crime the other day. Forty-plus people are dead, taken out with Hellfire missiles while
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Journalist Once Accused Of Making Up Sources Arrested For Threatening Jewish Institutions
Juan Thompson's short, bizarre journalism career ended when he was fired from The Intercept last year.
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Oklahoma Lawmaker Wants Men To Approve Abortion, Calls Women 'Hosts'
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Media Complicity Is Key To Blacklisting Websites
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We still don't have any sort of apology or retraction from the
for promoting "The List" -- the highly dangerous blacklist that got a huge boost from the newspaper's fawning coverage on November 24.
The Money Is Gone: A Look At The Pump-And-Dump In Penny Stocks
By David Dayen, The Intercept
After a stock analyst lost $1 million on one penny stock, he set off to find out how — and soon discovered signs of a far bigger scheme than he had ever imagined.
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Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe Took $120K From A Chinese Billionaire — But The Crime Is That It Was Legal
When news broke that Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe was under investigation by the Justice Department and that his campaign
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