Judge Rules Against Pipeline Company Trying to Keep “Counterinsurgency” Records Secret

In a legal fight over public records, press advocates say that Dakota Access pipeline company Energy Transfer engaged in “abusive litigation tactics.”


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Judge Rules Against Pipeline Company Trying to Keep “Counterinsurgency” Records Secret

Alleen Brown

In a legal fight over public records, press advocates say that Dakota Access pipeline company Energy Transfer engaged in “abusive litigation tactics.”

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The Silence — or Worse — of Human Rights Hawks on U.S. Sanctions Against Afghanistan

Murtaza Hussain

When opposing the withdrawal from Afghanistan, D.C. hawks crowed about human rights. With U.S. sanctions causing starvation? Not so much.

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Uber CEO Admits Company Can Afford Labor Protections for Drivers

Lee Fang

Dara Khosrowshahi told investors that Uber “can make any model work” in response to new EU regulations — a departure from the gig employer’s public stance.

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Refugees Detained With No-Vax Djokovic in Australia Suddenly Have World’s Attention

Robert Mackey

Journalists covering the temporary detention of anti-vaccine tennis star Novak Djokovic in Australia drew attention to the suffering of refugees detained in the same facility.

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More Kids and Overwhelmingly Black: New Records Show Concerning Trends in D.C. Gang Database

Chris Gelardi

The D.C. Council wants answers about the Metropolitan Police Department’s growing, secretive gang database.

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Prosecutors Hit Anti-Pipeline Protesters With Felony Charges to Send a Message, Defense Says

Alleen Brown, Sam Richards

One county prosecutor asked oil company Enbridge for reimbursement to help with some of the prosecutions clogging up rural courts.

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A Marine’s College Essay May Hold a Clue to His Role on January 6

James Risen

Christopher Warnagiris wrote about the relatively obscure Stoic philosopher Epictetus, who has become a surprise rock star of the alt-right.

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