Forest Canopy

Search Results

  • ... culture is presented, produced and embodied. Military drones become muses for local artists. Artbound's editorial team has ... of California in San Diego. It is part of the exhibition Drones at Home , which claims to explore "the strange allure of drones ...
  • ... culture is presented, produced and embodied. Military drones become muses for local artists. Artbound's editorial team has ...
  • About 36,000 Verizon workers have gone on strike along the East Coast, from Massachusetts to Virginia, marking one of the biggest U.S. strikes in years. Verizon has sought to cut pensions and ease the outsourcing of work. In New York City, Verizon worker Gail Rodgers spoke out.

    Both Democratic presidential candidates joined Verizon workers on the picket lines in New York City. Speaking...

  • President Obama has announced the deployment of 250 more Special Operations troops to Syria in a move that nearly doubles the U.S. presence in the country. Legendary investigative journalist Seymour Hersh comments on the U.S. expanding its presence in Iraq and Syria
  • ... Remote Control." The book is a comprehensive look at how drones are being used to assassinate people around the world, about the legal ... implications, and how to build a movement to rein in the drones . It also looks at how drones are coming to local police ...
  • Please send us an email at  contact@linktv.org  or call us at 747-201-5803 and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. Our ...
  • Newly leaked government documents have provided an unprecedented window into the secret U.S. drone assassination program across the globe. In the "Drone Papers," The Intercept reveals drone strikes have resulted from unreliable intelligence, stemming in large part from electronic communications data, or "signals intelligence," that officials acknowledge is insufficient. The documents also...

  • Just as Birgitte's new government is getting back on track after the Green Party's exit, internal strife erupts among coalition partners. This time it's from the right, as Svend Åge  Madsen submits a bill to lower the age of criminal responsibility to 12 years -- an issue that splits the political system. Meanwhile, Laura is recovering from a panic attack, but Birgitte won't admit to...

Pages