Mon 9:04am By Andrew Fishman
Demanda global por grãos e planos megalomaníacos do agronegócio colocam em risco estabilidade climática do planeta.
The post De Sorriso a Santarém, indústria da soja transforma Bacia do Tapajós em um tabuleiro de grandes obras appeared first on The Intercept.
Feb 14, 2017, 7:23 am By Andrew Fishman
Agronegócio representa metade das exportações brasileiras, o que garante poder político ao setor.
The post Soja destrói a Amazônia e “chantageia o país” appeared first on The Intercept.
Feb 6, 2017, 10:59 am By Andrew Fishman
Em apenas 40 anos, 2/3 do município de Sinop foram desmatados. Quem sofreu mais foram os índios os índios da região.
The post Desenvolvimento chega a Mato Grosso com bala e devastação appeared first on The Intercept.
Feb 6, 2017, 5:58 am By Glenn Greenwald
Two men in Brazil adopt three half brothers and overcome a series of racial and social barriers to create a new family.
The post A Same-Sex Couple Set Out to Adopt a Child. They Ended Up With Three. appeared first on The Intercept.
Feb 6, 2017, 4:33 am By Glenn Greenwald
Dois homens adotam três meio-irmãos e superam uma série de barreiras sociais e raciais para criar uma família.
The post Casal homoafetivo planejava adotar uma criança, mas acaba optando por três appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 9:26 am By Inacio Vieira
Agentes têm competência para investigar de forma agressiva qualquer pessoa que julgarem ser uma fonte de valor para a agência.
The post FBI tem ampla liberdade para recrutar informantes appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 9:12 am By Cora Currier
Atividades online do FBI são tão extensas que muitas vezes a agência acaba investigando seus próprios agentes.
The post Agentes disfarçados do FBI inundam a internet em busca de contato com terroristas appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:15 am By ljruell
Agents have the authority to aggressively investigate anyone they believe could be a valuable source for the bureau.
The post The FBI Gives Itself Lots of Rope to Pull in Informants appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:14 am By ljruell
The FBI coordinates with immigration authorities to locate informants who are no longer of value to the bureau.
The post When Informants Are No Longer Useful, the FBI Can Help Deport Them appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:13 am By ljruell
A classified policy guide creates opportunities for agents to disguise payments as reimbursements or offer informants a cut of seized assets.
The post How the FBI Conceals Its Payments to Confidential Sources appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:12 am By Cora Currier
The FBI’s online activities are so pervasive that the bureau sometimes finds itself investigating its own people.
The post Undercover FBI Agents Swarm the Internet Seeking Contact With Terrorists appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:11 am By Cora Currier
Low-level “assessments” allow the FBI to follow people with planes, examine travel records, and run subjects’ names through the CIA and NSA.
The post Based on a Vague Tip, the Feds Can Surveil Anyone appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:10 am By Alice Speri
Bureau policies have been crafted to take into account the active presence of domestic extremists in U.S. police departments.
The post The FBI Has Quietly Investigated White Supremacist Infiltration of Law Enforcement appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:06 am By Cora Currier
Beneath the FBI’s redaction marks are exceptions to rules on “undisclosed participation.”
The post Hidden Loopholes Allow FBI Agents to Infiltrate Political and Religious Groups appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:06 am By Jenna McLaughlin
Internal documents suggest the FBI uses the secret orders to pursue sensitive customer data like internet browsing records.
The post National Security Letters Demand Data Companies Aren’t Obligated to Provide appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 31, 2017, 7:04 am By Cora Currier
The bureau still claims considerable latitude to use race, ethnicity, nationality, and religion in deciding which people and communities to investigate.…
Jan 31, 2017, 7:02 am By Jenna McLaughlin
This story was originally published on July 27, 2016. We are republishing it along with new reporting on other FBI documents. eginning over a decade ago, the country’s surveillance court intervened to limit the FBI’s ability to act on some sensitive…
Jan 31, 2017, 6:37 am By Cora Currier
Rules governing the use of national security letters allow the FBI to obtain information about journalists’ calls without going to a judge or informing the targeted news organization.…
Jan 29, 2017, 8:54 am By Peter Maass
Four State Department officials who quit in protest in the 1990s advise others to use the powers of the bureaucracy to thwart unwise policies.
The post Should Officials Resign When the Government Goes Crazy? appeared first on The Intercept.
Jan 28, 2017, 8:08 am By Chelsea Matiash
The Dreamers Moms of Tijuana all have one thing in common: They have been separated from their children in the United States.
The post Deported Mothers, Separated From Their Children, Wait in Limbo at the Mexican Border appeared first on The Intercept.