In this video, we give you HD footage from Paris on the 9th week of Yellow Vests protests as water cannons blast the crowd.
In this video, we give you the exclusive footage just a moment after chaos erupted on the streets of Paris
In this video, Luke joins us from the famed Walled Off Hotel by none other than Banksy. It is an experience that truly must be seen to be believed. Join me as I spent the night in the Banksy Hotel and it was amazing!
In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on the biggest hack the media is ignoring. Will the Dark Overlord bring down the Deep State by releasing everything they have? Or will members of the establishment pay the bitcoin ransom and bury these documents forever?
In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on the dark overlord hack. Is this a legitimate hack or is it simply a hoax? We go over all the possibilities regarding the group known as the dark overlord.
Well, somehow, we all made it to another year. Despite the messes (and there were plenty), we here at WhoWhatWhy did what we could, and, thanks to your support, that was a lot. We produced more stories than ever before. We added a whole bunch of talented, energetic folks to our team. We covered a wide range of critical issues, from the environment to human rights, and probed political and social developments the world over. And we always looked for the fresh angle, the deeper insight.
The crown jewel of our work in 2018 was the coverage of Georgia’s midterm election. Early on, WhoWhatWhy realized that the gubernatorial race and the issue of voter suppression would be national news, so we dedicated unprecedented (for us) resources to shine a light on the status of voting rights in the Peach State.
The outstanding work of our Images Department, which is headed by an artist who goes by the nom de guerre “DonkeyHotey,” is the main reason WhoWhatWhy has such a unique look. We are proud of our daily panoramas and other images, which add an engaging visual dimension to our stories.
WhoWhatWhy features new artwork on the top of the front page each day to promote and illustrate the most important stories we publish. These “panoramas” are replaced every 24 hours. That’s a shame because a lot of work goes into them and they are true works of art. As part of our series reviewing WhoWhatWhy’s work this year, below are some of our favorite panoramas from 2018.
Podcasts are among the fastest-growing features of today’s information-sphere. Here are the final four of our Ten Best of 2018 Podcast series.WhoWhatWhy delivered over 65 podcasts to our readers and listeners in 2018.
There is probably not another news outlet in the US that dedicated such a high share of its resources to covering election integrity. This year alone, we published more than 100 articles on this vital issue. Why are we doing this? Because we understand that the right to vote — and fair elections — are under assault. The stories below illustrate how far-reaching these threats to democracy are.
As 2018 draws to a close, we want to highlight a few of the hundreds of articles WhoWhatWhy published throughout the year. While we are proud of all our stories, there are some that we think are particularly deserving of another look. And don’t worry if you feel that our podcasts and cartoons are underrepresented or that stories on election integrity are missing. We will have separate lists for them in the coming days.
Luke gives you an in-depth review of Bogota Columbia, should you visit, or even expatriate there? Luke speaks with two different citizens about the current state of Bogota Colombia and the history surrounding it.
CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO In this video, we give you the latest breaking news on the speech Apple CEO Tim Cook recently gave regarding censorship and free speech. The bottom line is Tim Cook hates free speech.
Interview de Norman Finkelstein par The Real News, le 11 mai 2018.
Norman Finkelstein affirme que les forces israéliennes ont mené une agression meurtrière contre des manifestants non-violents de la Grande Marche du Retour de Gaza parce que la protestation non-violente menace non pas Israël, mais son occupation.
Time is unique in its ability to conceal or reveal things. It can bury evidence of ancient civilizations or unearth secrets as new analytical tools are discovered and new perspectives emerge. One salient example is the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, which took place 50 years ago this week. For a long time, anybody who questioned the official story — that a lone gunman named Sirhan Sirhan killed Kennedy — was deemed to be nuts. After all, there was no question that Sirhan was there and fired shots.
We live in a time when people in power grab words randomly, without much concern for meaning or context. They throw words and phrases around like boulders, to intimidate, attract attention, insult enemies. But there was a time when elected officials were more careful about what they said and how they said it, when the poignance of a Lincoln at Gettysburg or the expansive hopefulness of an FDR changed us. Robert Kennedy continued that tradition.