To Hell And Back
There's No Room In Metal for Racists, Abusers, and Bigots
A meditation on enabling oppression, As I Lay Dying, Emperor, and taking accountability for one's own mistakes (plus some sweet new metal tunes).
Why Coalition Airstrikes Killed So Many More Civilians in the Middle East in 2017
There was a 42 percent increase in civilian deaths from 2016.
'The Force' Wants to Challenge Your Opinions on Oakland's Police Accountability
Filmmaker Peter Nicks' new documentary just wants the truth.
An Indonesian Instagram Account Is Destroying Celeb Reputations with Gossip
Lambe Turah has millions of followers and zero accountability.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
Trump, MDMA, Hitler: How the Canadian Government Is Editing Wikipedia This Year
Or, how bureaucrats waste their time.
Anonymous Has Changed the Way We Think About Anonymity
Responsibility can still be sought even among those with a modicum of operational anonymity.
Drone Company Misled Military into Buying UAVs that Were Basically Toys: Lawsuit
A drone retailer claims that Prioria Robotics bilked the Army by selling a substandard drone that could be outflown by many hobby drones, which are far cheaper.
Aboriginal Activists Marked One Year Since the Death of Ms Dhu in Custody
Tuesday was the first anniversary of the death of a Yamatji woman in police lock-up in South Hedland, Western Australia.
American Psychological Association Leaders Step Down After Torture Scandal
The professional association is undergoing a “process of organizational healing.”
Sean Gray's New Website 'Is This Venue Accessible?' is a Beacon of Solidarity for Disabled Music Fans
"If you are excluding a segment of people, how can you fully say you’re one hundred percent for inclusion?"
the piotr principle
The Extremely Lucrative Failure of Mikhail Prokhorov
As he prepares to cash out on the Brooklyn Nets with a 10-figure profit, it's clearer than ever that all Mikhail Prokhorov does is win. That's not a compliment.
Here Is the First Part of the Highly-Anticipated US 'Torture Report'
The Senate Intelligence Committee's four-year investigation into the use of torture by the US is finally being made public.