President Trump added a major caveat to his Monday order to release all text messages related to the Russia investigation with no redactions, as well as specific pages from the FBI’s FISA surveillance warrant application on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, and interviews with the DOJ’s Bruce Ohr.  In a FridayRead More →

Authored by Ana Berman via, California’s campaign regulator has recently banned Bitcoin (BTC) from political donations, the Associated Press reports Friday, September 21. image courtesy of CoinTelegraph In August, the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) had considered allowing donations in cryptocurrencies. The watchdog planned to discuss the use of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for political contributionsRead More →

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo faced internal opposition to U.S. support for the war in Yemen from State Department staff, according to a recent report. The staffers had become concerned by the rising civilian death toll in the war being carried out by Persian Gulf monarchies, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab EmiratesRead More →

Peace GENEVA, Sep 21 2018 (Geneva Centre) – The World Conference outcome declaration entitled “Moving towards greater spiritual convergence worldwide in support of equal citizenship rights” reaffirms its commitment to the 1948 Universal Declaration on Human Rights (hereinafter “UDHR”) to promote peace, mutual respect and understanding across civilizations, cultures andRead More →

Development & Aid, Economy & Trade, Gender Violence, Global, Global Governance, Headlines, Human Rights, IPS UN: Inside the Glasshouse, Labour, Migration & Refugees, Population, Poverty & SDGs, TerraViva United Nations, Women & Economy | Opinion African refugees await news of their work and residency visa applicatiosn in Lavinsky Park nearRead More →