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WN 32: One Oscar-Nom Dead in Libya!

Somebody with a face finally died in Libya. His name was Tim Hetherington, an Oxford literature graduate who made that documentary Restrepo about an Afghan base.

Apr 21, 2011 | Comments (63)

Big Brothers: Thought Control At Koch

  This article was first published in The Nation. On the eve of the November midterm elections, Koch Industries sent an urgent letter to most of its 50,000 employees advising them on whom to vote for and warning them about…

Apr 20, 2011 | Comments (27)

WN 31: Nigeria's Election Riots: Just Voting by Other Means

Stories about the riots in Northern Nigeria are starting to come in, full of amazing details and ridiculous lies. The lies are the first thing you notice.

Apr 20, 2011 | Comments (34)

WN 30: Cripple Fight In Libya

One of the strange things about this war in Libya is how slowly it’s moving.

Apr 19, 2011 | Comments (53)

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[SIC] Offer: An Amazing Opportunity or a Koch Casualty in the Making?

Hey eXholes! As part of our continuing program of community outreach to our fans, we would like to get input from you, our readers, on whether or not editor Yasha Levine should take up this fan’s exciting offer. Post suggestions…

Apr 18, 2011 | Comments (60)

eXiled Alert: eXiled Editor Yasha Levine Wins Award From The New York Press Association For His Story On Manhattan's Billionaire Farmers...

An investigation by eXiled Editor Yasha Levine helped The New York Press snag an award in the 2010 Better Newspaper Contest for “Coverage of Business, Financial & Economic News” by exposing how wealthy Manhattanites, Wall St. traders and the Rockefellers milk taxpayers for billions in farm subsidies and tax breaks.

Apr 18, 2011 | Comments (9)

WN 29: West African Ethnic Geology

Today we’ve got election riots in Northern Nigeria, a military mutiny in Burkina Faso, and massacres in Ivory Coast. They look like separate stories, but they’re not. It’s all one story, a long, slow war between the coastal christianized people…

Apr 18, 2011 | Comments (45)