She said it was 'truth from an Iranian,' but she wasn't fully transparent.
On Jan 22, 2020 by Samira Sadeque
For Democrats, McCarthy's remarks are the gift that keeps on giving.
On Oct 6, 2015 by Dell Cameron
'You can control access to information, but you can’t lie about truth.'
On Sep 28, 2015 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
This may be the worst one yet.
On Feb 16, 2015 by Shawn Carrié
Is the Commander in Chief now the Entertainer in Chief?
On Aug 8, 2014 by S.E. Smith
In the middle of the Sahara, an eye-popping ode to lives lost.
On Nov 5, 2013 by Miles Klee
In shutting off its entire national Internet connection, Sudan joined Egypt, Libya, Burma, and Syria in an attempt to quell unrest by effectively muting the voices of its citizens
On Sep 26, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
The investigators at Reflets.info have also uncovered information about former President Nicolas Sarkozy's interests in the surveillance game.
On Jul 17, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
An investigation into the Sept. 11 attacks on a U.S. consulate in Libya found that the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims" had no part in inciting the violence.
On Dec 19, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
Google has reactivated Speak2Tweet, and Telecomix has posted free dial-up numbers, but it's hard to say what's working.
On Nov 30, 2012 by Curt Hopkins
Citing "indecent material," the country is denying access to YouTube after the Google-owned company refused to remove a controversial video that sparked protests across the Muslim world.
On Sep 17, 2012 by Kevin Morris
Libyans are taking to Twitter, Facebook and imgur to spread the message that the militants who killed U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens don't represent them.
On Sep 13, 2012 by Curt Hopkins