The suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing were acting no differently than a general in the Pentagon when they detonated a crude version of weapons that are a regular part of many a military arsenal.
April 15 was the day of the annual Boston Marathon, which will now, sadly, go down in history as yet another episode of senseless mass violence.
Wikileaks' latest release, which includes documents already declassified but very difficult to search and obtain, is a testament to the ongoing need for Wikileaks and similar groups.
The Iraq war was not the first time that popular movements forced the hand of foreign policy decision-makers.
Nine years ago, the people across Canada started welcoming a new generation of U.S. soldiers of conscience from another illegal and immoral U.S. war.
No individual has done more to push back against what Martin Luther King Jr. called "the madness of militarism" than Bradley Manning.
Joining us from his home in Kansas City, Young reads from his letter, "A Message to George W. Bush and Dick Cheney From a Dying Veteran."
Tomas Young was in the fifth day of his first deployment to Iraq when he was struck by a sniper's bullet in Baghdad's Sadr City. Now, nine years later, Tomas has decided to end his life.
Iraqi-Canadian Riadh Muslih and U.S. war resister Rodney Watson Jr., living in sanctuary in a Vancouver church to avoid deportation, reflect on the Iraq War ten years later.
An entire country has been destroyed, leaving millions of lives shattered to bits and pieces, and the future of millions more has been held hostage by a failed state and a crumbling infrastructure.