The most recent NYPD CompStat crime report shows 1,421 complaints of felonious assault in the City over 28 days. By the tabloid press' generous estimate, as many as 10 recent assaults may be attributed to something called "the knockout game," in which a black kid goes up to some random white person ... More >>
Having worked out a lot of their racial anima on the Trayvon Martin case, rightbloggers have returned to their bombed-out bunkers to contemplate the future. Their latest big deal is "libertarian populism." The phrase seems oxymoronic, but the idea is to make conservatives and their agents in the GO ... More >>
Restore the Fourth was born on Reddit in early June, shortly after revelations about the depth and breadth of the NSA's surveillance programs became international news. Less than a month later, a subreddit dedicated to the movement counts more than 20,000 subscribers, and can take credit for coordin ... More >>
So how are the other candidates doing? Other candidates? No, not the senate or house folks, but the other presidential candidates. Yes, there are actually people who aren't in the two main parties who have their own ideas about fixing this country, who had the courage to run for president. Number ... More >>
At the Voice, we have been regularly following internet policy developments. We figured it would be cool -- maybe even a public service? -- to ID people who keep pushing for web-killing proposals such as CISPA, SOPA, and PIPA in this new, occasional feature: "The People Trying To Ruin The Internet." ... More >>
Another CIA leak, but prettierNew York Times reporter James Risen could be forced to testify in court about his CIA sources if the government has their way, thereby disregarding everything he's supposed to be protected from as a journalist. Attorney General Eric Holder approved a subpoena ser ... More >>
Knight in verbal armor
After his first year, Obama shows his true face
A missing Queens soldier becomes a journo-political pawn
A private corporation joins Bush administration's conspiracy to obstruct justice
Journalists, under fire today by the Bush White House, have been the enemy before
Now you can find out if you're being surveilled by the FBI or the NYPD.
Bush's war on the disloyal press climaxes in a trial on classified information.
A troubled legacy in Iran, Iraqbut don't ignore the Secretary's war on privacy
Rumsfeld warns that the enemy can succeed in changing our way of life. It already has.
The Bush team chants, 'We do not torture,' but nobody around the world believes them
Big Bush speech creates campaign atmosphere in D.C.
NYC activist groups react to new NYPD spy tactics
Team Bush digs in heels on domestic wiretaps
The secret's out: Bush is overtaken by eventsand overwhelmed
President's defense of spying yesterday doesn't square with past
Key questions left unanswered in hijacked 9-11 probe
The hijacking of the probe into the 9-11 hijackers
Disaster politics in the wake of the tsunami; Bush takes aim at the U.N.
How Michelle Malkin learned to stop worrying and defend the internment
Prying in a Terrorized World
Here's a scenario in which a phony terrorist threat could really blow up the November 2 vote
Bush's lawyers conclude the torture of prisoners is justified in war on terrorism
The question is not what went wrong, but what didn't.
Among the Terminal Ills: Bodies in Wheel Wells
The Outing of a CIA Employee Is a Predictable Move in the Bush Government's Attack on Constitutional Rights
How to Make Your Computer Porn-Free
Ever Bigger FBI Flails at the Enemy Within
Meet the Thinkers Who'd Help Uncle SamIf Only He'd Bring Them In
McCarthyism Can Rise Again
We Got Your Hacker Repellent Right Here
Will the Justice Department Limit Public Access to Information?
The Surveillance Society: Part Two