James DiEugenio traces a parallel between the agency’s deletion of text messages from Jan. 6 and the disappearance of six boxes of materials concerning the assassination of JFK.
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The CIA’s Role in Watergate
James DiEugenio assembles evidence of an agency role in the scandal.
The Less-Cold Case of Dag Hammarskjöld
James DiEugenio looks through the accumulating murder evidence of a U.N. chief who might have changed the course of modern African history.
MLK & Fred Hampton Versus J Edgar Hoover
James DiEugenio tracks the FBI boss and his renegade violence against any sign of a Black Messiah through two current films.
25 YEARS OF CN: ‘How Israel Stole the Bomb’
When Israel launched a covert scheme to steal material and secrets to build a nuclear bomb, U.S. officials looked the other way and obstructed investigations, as described in a book reviewed by James DiEugenio.
25 YEARS OF CN: ‘A Distant Echo on Race and Police’—Aug. 24, 2017
This is the 8th story in our series looking back on a quarter century of reporting by Consortium News.
A Call to Reinvestigate American Assassinations
To mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day a group of academics, journalists, lawyers, Hollywood artists, activists, researchers and intellectuals, including two of Robert F. Kennedy’s children, are calling for reinvestigation of four assassinations of the 1960s.
For Hollywood, ‘Vice’ Is Remarkably Astute About Politics
Adam McKay’s movie may be flawed, but it’s still must-see for his depiction of how Cheney amassed power by exploiting Watergate, an inexperienced president and 9/11, writes James DiEugenio.
RFK and the End of an Era
A just published book on the RFK murder re-examines the evidences and asks what the world might be like if the four 1960s assassinations never occurred.
In Case You Missed…
Some of our special stories in January highlighted misrepresented historic events, analyzed shortcomings of the Democratic Party, and remembered Robert Parry’s legacy.