On Sept. 11, scores of men with automatic weapons and RPGs launched a night assault on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, killed Ambassador Chris Stevens, and set the building ablaze.
A long-awaited report that could open the floodgates for fracking in LA County.
Law schools have been begging a prominent trade group to put out a "more positive message" about the job market, the group's executive director recently revealed.
There is a battle being waged for your mind. To the victor comes influence over your beliefs, you purchase decisions, and even your values.
A couple of Lance Armstrong's old Nike ads from years ago look extremely strange in light of the recent U.S. Anti-Doping Agency report, which alleges that the cyclist did indeed take banned substances, and spent years as a master manipulator.
A new video has surfaced from the Organic Spies group, and that video is being released exclusively on the Natural News video site TV.naturalnews.com.
A bombshell investigative video just released by Infowars.com has exposed what can only be called false and misleading advertising by Whole Foods.
A recent pro-fluoride article published by the industry-backed Wichita Eagle petitions Wichitans, who will soon vote on whether or not to fluoridate their local water supply
In March, NewsBusters broke the story about NBC's Today show airing an edited audiotape of George Zimmerman's 911 call the day he shot Trayvon Martin in Florida.
In my last column, "A Culture of Delusion," I wrote that "Americans live in a matrix of lies.
A 61-year-old man was shot to death by police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug raid on the wrong house.
Whole Foods deceives consumers into unknowingly buying GMOs while financially supporting a GMO supply chain that ultimately enriches Monsanto, charges an explosive new undercover sting video released by Organic Spies. (Link below.)
Ben Swann Reality Check takes a look at the U.N. call for banning blasphemy and whether it is based on a false narrative
The EPA, and Jackson in her official capacity, are targeted in the lawsuit for knowingly “conducting experiments on humans that involved exposing those persons to toxic substances the Agency believes will cause death and which the Agency therefore re
The killing of the US ambassador to Libya and angry demonstrations across the Muslim world over a tacky anti-Islamic hate video.
"Won't Back Down" pushes so-called "parent trigger" laws espoused by rightwing policy groups and privatization advocates
An impassioned Brian Lilley tells us what we already know: that the mainstream media is lying when they report that the mohammadan riots are a response to the film "The Innocence of muslims."
Friday's payroll jobs report says that 96,000 new jobs were created in August and that the unemployment rate (U.3) fell from 8.3% to 8.1%.
The color yellow. As in "yellow journalism" – which seems almost the only kind we have these days.
If you read the mainstream news headlines today, you might be shocked to see headlines that say things like, “Organic foods no healthier than conventional foods” or “Organic foods may not be healthier for you.”
Every year during the first two weeks of August the mass news media and many politicians at the national level trot out the "patriotic" political myth that the dropping of the two atomic bombs on Japan in August of 1945 caused them to surrender.
This interview was conducted with Mickey Huff, the Director of Project Censored and the Media Freedom Foundation
A growing refrain out of Syria is that widespread rape is taking place – and sanctioned by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad
A company charged with decontaminating the devastated Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant encouraged its workers to falsely lower their radiation dosimeter readings by covering the devices with lead
Two scientific papers appear to have disproved a controversial claim made by NASA-funded scientists in 2010 that a new form of bacterial life had been discovered that could thrive on arsenic.
Long attacked as a "gateway drug," the plant cannabis has gotten a bad rap over the years as many claimed that use leads to harder drugs. A new study suggests that alcohol is more likely than marijuana to lead people to harder drugs.
Reporting the Supreme Court's decision on Obama's health care law, both CNN and Fox News rushed dead-wrong headlines on-air.
Twenty-year-old models which have suggested serious ice loss in the eastern Antarctic have been compared with reality for the first time – and found to be wrong, so much so that it now appears that no ice is being lost at all.
While the idea that cell phones can cause cancer has been ridiculed by the scientific community, new studies are coming out contradicting the view that they are harmless.
It seems as though every time an American town or city drops the added fluoride chemicals from its water supply, the dinosaur media comes out with its usual talking points about how water fluoridation is one of the greatest public health intervention