Want to blow the whistle on government corruption or corporate wrongdoing? Have sensitive information or know something that needs to be investigated? See breaking news in your town?We need your help.Good tips are specific (rather than a hunch or theory) and newsworthy (affecting a large group of people, not a personal dispute). They also come with evidence, such as proof or documentation of what's happening. Have something you want to share?No communication is completely secure, but these tools and suggestions can help protect your anonymity. IMPORTANT: These are intended only for news tips. Questions about circulation, advertising or general inquiries should be directed here.PHONE Our tip line can be reached 24/7 by phone or regular text message. Leave a voicemail with relevant details, and any contact information you wish to share. If you're concerned about remaining anonymous, consider calling from a pay phone, or using a prepaid "burner" phone purchased with cash, or use one … [Read more...] about How to securely send us a tip
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New York — Ten years ago, “Daily Show” correspondent Jason Jones sat down to interview a pastor in the classic style of the program ― the correspondent played straight while talking to someone with ridiculous ideas. The interviewee, James Manning, had plenty. Manning, the pastor at Atlah World Missionary Church in Harlem, was famous for his fiery attacks on then-President Barack Obama ― someone he called a “long-legged mack daddy” who had been “born trash.” The highlight of the interview was Manning telling Jones he thought Obama was the next Hitler. Another correspondent, Jessica Williams, interviewed Manning a few years later. His latest argument? That Starbucks was flavoring its lattes with human semen. Williams interviewed him one more time after that, three years ago. Manning’s church, which by then had been classified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an anti-LGBTQ hate group, owed over $1 million in bills and back … [Read more...] about The Harrowing Inside Story Of A Harlem School Run By A Hate Group
The Democracy Integrity Project, a nonprofit that receives funding from George Soros, paid firms tied to Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele more than $3.8 million in 2017. Tax filings show that The Democracy Integrity Project provided its research to “government entities.” The group’s founder, a former staffer for Dianne Feinstein, has described it as a “shadow media organization” that helps the government. A nonprofit group partially funded by billionaire activist George Soros paid firms tied to Fusion GPS and dossier author Christopher Steele more than $3.8 million in 2017 to provide research and analysis to “government entities,” according to IRS filings. The payments made by The Democracy Integrity Project are more than three times what the DNC and the Clinton campaign paid Fusion GPS and Steele during the 2016 presidential campaign to investigate Donald Trump’s possible ties to Russia.Perkins Coie, the law firm that represented the … [Read more...] about Firms Tied To Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele Were Paid $3.8 Million By Soros-Backed Group
By CHAD DAY and ERIC TUCKER WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump was in full deflection mode. The Democrats had blamed Russia for the hacking and release of damaging material on his presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton. Trump wasn’t buying it. But on July 27, 2016, midway through a news conference in Florida, Trump decided to entertain the thought for a moment. “Russia, if you’re listening,” said Trump, looking directly into a television camera, “I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing” — messages Clinton was reported to have deleted from her private email server. Actually, Russia was doing more than listening: It had been trying to help Republican Trump for months. That very day, hackers working with Russia’s military intelligence tried to break into email accounts associated with Clinton’s personal office. It was just one small part of a sophisticated election interference operation carried out by the … [Read more...] about Court records reveal a Robert Mueller report right in plain view
With 800 million voters and nearly 2,000 political parties taking part, India's elections are a staggeringly challenging exercise. And at the heart of the credibility of these complex elections is the robustness and integrity of the vote count.For decades voting was blighted by the capture of polling stations and stuffing of ballot boxes by mobs hired by political parties.All this changed with the introduction of the electronic voting machines at the turn of the century. However, from time to time, doubts have been raised about the machines. Parties, usually on the losing side, have often cavalierly alleged that the machines can be hacked into and ballots rigged. With national elections looming in the summer, such doubts have emerged again. Last week, India's election authorities rejected claims by a US-based technologist who said the machines were hacked during the 2014 general elections in which Narendra Modi's right-wing BJP party swept to power. But credible concerns about the … [Read more...] about Indian election 2019: Are fears of a mass hack credible?