Featured Work
  • The Secret Killers
  • The US military is fast becoming Manhunting, Inc, expanding its use of highly secretive "capture/kill" teams. Task Force 373 in Afghanistan is one such special operations forces assassination unit.

  • Here Be Dragons
  • After years "embedded" regularly with Afghan civilians, a reporter embeds in a US military base in Afghanistan.

  • Immigrants on the March
  • Current proposals for immigration reform might fall short, but massive protest turnout breathed new life into a movement that had fallen by the wayside

  • "We Bring Fear"
  • Emilio Gutiérrez Soto is a reporter and a dead man driving. He is fleeing to the United States from the biggest cartel of all — the Mexican Army.

  • Refusing to Comply
  • The ongoing dissent that does exist in the US military, however fragmented and overlooked at the moment, should not be discounted.

  • A My Lai a Month
  • A multiyear investigation into Operation Speedy Express uncovers a pattern of civilian slaughter by the US military during Vietnam whose carnage dwarfs My Lai.

  • Games Without Frontiers
  • A new book chronicles the project of an Iraqi artist who set up a paintball gun with an attached webcam, went online and asked who wanted to "shoot an Iraqi."

  • Meet the Wealth Gap
  • In Manhattan, the close proximity between the super-rich and the very poor highlights the gross inequality that characterizes the entire US economy.

  • Death in Darfur
  • In Darfur, even the schools are not safe, as the tragic story of the village of Shegeg Karo shows.

  • The Tightening Noose
  • The Israeli-imposed siege on Gaza has torn at the fabric of its economy and society with devastating effects.

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