Creede Newton

Creede Newton

United States

US judge orders release of 'first Black Identity Extremist'

Critics say African American activist Christopher Daniels has been held since December because FBI policed his views.

US judge orders release of 'first Black Identity Extremist'

United States

Alabama executes Walter Moody, 83, oldest in modern US history

Moody's age reflects the aging of death row across the US, where almost 3,000 people are to be executed.

Alabama executes Walter Moody, 83, oldest in modern US history

US & Canada

Charlottesville: Anti-racist activist Corey Long's trial delayed

Charlottesville organisers pledge support of African Americans on trial for 'self-defence' at white nationalist rally.

Charlottesville: Anti-racist activist Corey Long's trial delayed

United States

Bannon, banished from the Trump team, takes on UAE talking points

Stephen Bannon, former Trump adviser, has adopted UAE talking points since leaving the White House.

Bannon, banished from the Trump team, takes on UAE talking points

Mueller Probe

Erik Prince and the US foreign meddling investigation

Erik Prince, Blackwater founder with ties to Trump, has been questioned over ties to Russian and UAE officials.

Erik Prince and the US foreign meddling investigation

Mueller Probe

Mueller probe: Who is George Nader, convicted paedophile?

How did Nader, a former adviser of UAE crown prince and paedophile, get high-level access to White House officials?

Mueller probe: Who is George Nader, convicted paedophile?

Mueller Probe

Elliott Broidy: A history of bribery and pro-Israel advocacy

Broidy has reportedly pushed for pro-UAE changes to the Trump administration. How did the Israel advocate get involved?

Elliott Broidy: A history of bribery and pro-Israel advocacy

United States

US Natives organise to end homelessness and racism

Unsheltered indigenous people face institutionalised challenges in their fight for equality across the US.

US Natives organise to end homelessness and racism

United States

Dreamers feel 'sold out' as Trump signs spending bill

US president says he considers move to block massive $1.3 trillion spending bill after Democrats 'abandoned' Dreamers.

Dreamers feel 'sold out' as Trump signs spending bill

United States

Charlottesville: DeAndre Harris found not guilty of assault

DeAndre Harris, beaten by white nationalists at August rally, cleared of misdemeanour assault and battery charges.

Charlottesville: DeAndre Harris found not guilty of assault

Hungary

Hungary sentences refugee to seven years for 'terror'

Syrian convicted at a retrial after throwing stones at Hungarian security officers in a border standoff.

Hungary sentences refugee to seven years for 'terror'

United States

Mike Pompeo on Muslims, torture and Guantanamo Bay

Newly appointed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has a controversial history. Where does he stand on the issues?

Mike Pompeo on Muslims, torture and Guantanamo Bay