April 2012

Martyrs for Justice

by JERRY ELMER

Rupert Murdoch and the Levenson Inquiry

by BINOY KAMPMARK

Clarence Thomas’ Strip Search Fetish

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

The Paradoxes of Italian Journalism

by ALESSANDRA V. MASSAGRANDE

Don’t Let Bigots Occupy Your Mind

by LISA MARTINOVIC

Two Gross-Out Novels

by CHARLES R. LARSON

Real Magic in Berlin

by DAVID YEARSLEY

Davies and Bellamy

by POETS' BASEMENT

The Story of a Chernobyl Liquidator

by WEBSITE OF THE WEEKEND

America’s Mad Cow Crisis

by JOHN STAUBER

The Killing of Anastasio Hernández Rojas

by JOSEPH NEVINS

Washington Bets on the Gulf Royals

by VIJAY PRASHAD

Relax, It’s Just a Run-of-the-Mill Nuke Spill

by DAVE LINDORFF

The Violence of Poverty

by ALYOSHA GOLDSTEIN

The Hospital of Horrors

by ROBERT FISK

A Remarkable Week for Corporate Crime

by RUSSELL MOKHIBER

Those Randy T-Men

by DAVID MACARAY

Historic Union Victory in Los Angeles

by BRIAN TIERNEY

Human Trafficking and Telling Stories

by TANYA GOLASH-BOZA

Free Salameh Kaileh!

by WEBSITE OF THE DAY

In the Fields of America’s Green Prison

by DEAN GALARO

Could Martin Luther King Jr. Get a Job in Today’s America?

by Rev. JESSE JACKSON

The Children of Fallujah

by ROBERT FISK

The Olberman Affair

by JOHN DEAN

What Lies Across the Water

by STEPHEN KIMBER

Fareed Zakaria: At War With History

by GREGORY HARMS

Deadlock Over Syria

by ALAIN GRESH

Negotiating With Iran

by ABOLGHASEM BAYYENAT

Cashing In on Foreclosures

by JOHN CAVANAGH and SCOTT KLINGER

Citigroup Shareholder Revolt on CEO Pay

by EILEEN APPELBAUM

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