Hacked Russian Files Reveal Propaganda Agreement With China

In 2021, government officials and media executives from Russia and China discussed the exchange of news and social content.


MOST READ

Hacked Russian Files Reveal Propaganda Agreement With China

Mara Hvistendahl, Alexey Kovalev

In 2021, government officials and media executives from Russia and China discussed the exchange of news and social content.

READ MORE →

Department of Homeland Security Can’t Even Secure Its Buildings Against People It Fired

Sam Biddle

Officials have known about the widespread security failure for 15 years without fixing it.

READ MORE →

Protecting freedom of the press has never been more important. Be the next person to support The Intercept’s independent journalism by becoming a member today.

BECOME A MEMBER →


Top Stories

Danish Reporter Says Ukrainian Intelligence Tried to Coerce Her Into Working as a Propagandist

Robert Mackey

Ukraine’s intelligence service asked a respected Danish journalist to prove she was not a pro-Russia propagandist by making pro-Ukraine propaganda.

READ MORE →

Liberals Rose to Fight the Assault on Abortion — but Not Trans Rights

Natasha Lennard

2022 has seen right-wing attacks on trans rights increasingly aided by the tacit, if sometimes unwitting, transphobia of liberal institutions.

READ MORE →

Biden’s “Diplomacy” in Yemen Means Taking Saudi Arabia’s Side — and Could Spark All-Out War

Shuaib Almosawa

The White House said Bernie Sanders’s war powers resolution would prolong the war, but that’s what its own efforts are doing.

READ MORE →

What the United States Owes Afghan Women

Murtaza Hussain

To justify its 20-year war, the U.S. said it cared about the Afghan people. Now Congress is abandoning those seeking to escape Taliban rule.

READ MORE →


Videos

Introducing “Insecurity”

Alissa Quart

Introducing “Insecurity,” a video triptych of stories about women struggling for what they need after the pandemic upends their lives: social services, a living wage, or decent mental health care.

READ MORE →

How the Endless Paperwork of the Pandemic Kept People From Receiving Benefits

Ray Suarez, Karla Murthy, Mona Iskander

Part 1 of “Insecurity” — stories of Americans falling through the cracks of the safety net during the pandemic.

WATCH →

Ten Years Into the Fight for $15, Workers Are Still Fighting for a Living Wage

Ray Suarez, Karla Murthy, Mona Iskander

In Part 2 of “Insecurity,” we meet Eshawney Gaston, a fast-food worker who joins the wave of labor uprisings sweeping the country during the pandemic.

WATCH →

Mental Health Issues Spiked During the Pandemic. Medicaid Isn’t Much Help.

Ray Suarez, Karla Murthy, Mona Iskander

In Part 3 of “Insecurity,” we meet Katie Prout, a writer trying to find a job, and mental health care, during the pandemic.

WATCH →

First Look Institute is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (tax ID number 80-0951255).

The Intercept’s mailing address is:
First Look Institute
P.O. Box 27442
Washington, DC 20038

The Intercept is an award-winning nonprofit news organization dedicated to holding the powerful accountable through fearless, adversarial journalism. Our in-depth investigations and unflinching analysis focus on surveillance, war, corruption, the environment, technology, criminal justice, the media and more. Email is an important way for us to communicate with The Intercept's readers, but if you'd like to stop hearing from us, click here to unsubscribe or update your subscription preferences.

Become a member of The Intercept today and support our independent journalism.

BECOME A MEMBER →

Login Form