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Aiming for Venus: Top GOP Candidates United in Denying Climate Change
Rewriting the Progressive Playbook in Wisconsin
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Julian Assange Remains Deprived of Liberty
Six Times Jeb Bush Made You Feel Uncomfortable
Why Are Black Girls and Women Dying in Police Custody
All Sides in Syria Conflict Guilty of Atrocities Against Detainees
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NRA Wins Ruling to Allow More Assault Weapon Sales
Monday Poll of Polls for New Hampshire
Trevor Noah: Goodbye to Three GOP Presidential Dropouts
Stephen Colbert Holds a Town Hall Meeting
Elizabeth Warren Defends Bernie Sanders
Michael Moore on the Flint Water Poisoning
Frantic campaigning on eve of New Hampshire vote
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“Intelligent people know that the empire is on the downhill”: A veteran CIA agent spills the goods on the Deep State and our foreign policy nightmares
Frantic campaigning on eve of New Hampshire vote
New Hampshire Republicans Are Really, Really Anti-Science
Syrian refugees: We did not flee for tents
Some victims of sex crimes are systematically denied the right to be heard in court
Nearly a decade after plutocrats exploded the economy, we're just as unequal as ever — and people are fed up
Top Hillary Clinton Advisors and Fundraisers Lobbied Against Obamacare
Bill Clinton Says Bernie Sanders Lives In A 'Hermetically Sealed Box.' Translation: Let the DC Elite Rule!
Bernie Sanders may win big this week. Panelists share why he has their vote
Black Culture and History Matter
Trump and Sanders make final push on day before New Hampshire primary – live coverage
Capitalism, Slavery, Racism and Imprisonment of People of Color Cannot Be Separated
Oil Industry Group's Own Report Shows Early Knowledge of Climate Impacts
A report the American Petroleum Institute commissioned in 1982 revealed its knowledge of global warming, predated its campaign to sow doubt.
Water woes: Tap runs brown in Louisiana’s impoverished northeast
With infrastructure funds going unspent, residents have lack of drinking supplies and iron sediment flowing from pipes.
Inside the Fast Food Workers’ Protest at the New Hampshire Republican Debate
David Swanson | The Super Bowl Promotes War
New York investigates radioactive leak in groundwater near city
Gov. Andrew Cuomo orders review following detection of ‘alarming levels of radioactivity’ at nuclear power plant 40 miles north of Manhattan
In New Hampshire, TV Station Partners With Interest Groups That Push Candidates on War and Austerity
Lead poisoning in Pennsylvania, New Jersey may be worse than Flint
A federal court has ordered the US Army Corps of Engineers to pay for the toxic waste cleanup at a historic Yakama Nation fishing site on the Columbia River.
French law forbids food waste by supermarkets
Flint residents en route to Washington: 'We want results' amid water crisis
London Moves to Criminalize Homelessness
A new law in London would fine the homeless £1,000 for sleeping outside or "loitering."
Koch brothers' super PAC rakes in millions from Southern businessmen
This Is What Democracy Looks Like
Participatory budgeting begins in Chicago for 2016
These 13 People Could Become the UK's First Ever Climate Prisoners
Amid water crisis, many desperate to escape Flint but lack means to do so
Jeffrey D. Sachs | Hillary Is the Candidate of the War Machine
US Judge Approves Extradition of Salvadoran Civil War Murderer
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira resigned January 27 to protest President Francois Hollande’s new anti-terrorism law that strips those with dual nationality of their French citizenship if convicted of terrorism. Taubira, who was born in French Guiana, says this divides French citizens into two categories with different rights. Taubira, the target of numerous racist and misogynist attacks, played a critical role in the passage of France’s same-sex marriage law.
Washington State Senate bill would name agriculture whistleblowers
Rapper Killer Mike reveals how he came to support 2016 candidate Bernie Sanders
A small New England college goes 100 percent solar
Hampshire College in Amherst, Mass., will soon be home to a 'living building' and become the only residential college generating 100 percent of its electricity from solar panels.
Five Right-Wing Absurdities This Week: Rubio's Reality Denial on Full Display
Erin Brockovich Thinks This California City Is the Next Flint
Madeleine Albright Slams Sanders on Foreign Policy While Supporting Clinton
Exxon Stiff-Arms a Request to Take Moral Responsibility for Climate Change
How a Medical Mystery in Brazil Led Doctors to Zika
Bayer rejects EPA request to pull insecticide from US market
Lawsuit: Woman miscarried after cops battered her during false arrest
Talia Buford on EPA and Environmental Racism and Carey Gillam on Food Coverage Conflicts
The Koch brothers are pushing pure economic liberty as the only road to true prosperity - to the detriment of all but the rich
Canada Strikes Landmark Deal to Protect Over 9 Million Acres of Rainforest
India may decide on GM food as China makes big leap with Syngenta buy
340 Brazilian Companies Fined for Modern Slave Labor Conditions
Heavy metals, petroleum and nitrite has contaminated soil and groundwater in a Vancouver Island watershed that supplies 12,000 people downstream from a controversial polluted-soil dump approved by the province.
Dean Baker | The New Yorker Shooting Blindly at Bernie Sanders
Women of Haitian Descent Bear the Brunt of Dominican Migration Policy
What Would Happen if an Entire Nation Stopped Eating Meat?
After 20 Years, Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Still in Political Limbo
Washington State moves to protect mobile-home buyers
The mystery of the expanding tropics
As Earth's dry zones shift rapidly polewards, researchers are scrambling to figure out the cause - and consequences.
Why the Immigration Debate Is Also a Debate About Privatization
That Time the Super Bowl Secretly Used Facial Recognition Software on Fans
Europe’s top court mulls legality of hyperlinks - shockwaves could be huge for web users
Black Lives Matter protest at San Francisco International Airport on eve of Super Bowl 50 (PHOTOS)
"Intelligent people know that the empire is on the downhill": A veteran CIA agent spills the goods on the Deep State and our foreign policy nightmares
UAE ready to send ground troops in to Syria to combat ISIS
Clinton, Sanders war over Wall Street escalates
A senior member of the Massachusetts House Democratic leadership is breaking ranks with the state’s political establishment and backing Bernie Sanders for president over Hillary Clinton, after supporting her 2008 bid.
As North Korea Launch Spurs Fear, Experts Call for Global Ban on Nukes
Sorry, Hillary: You are the establishment
Denmark's justice minister admitted on Friday that the US sent a rendition flight to Copenhagen Airport that was meant to capture whistleblower Edward Snowden and return him to the United States.
The number of Syrians trying to cross into Turkey amid an upsurge of fighting in northern Syria has nearly doubled, a Turkish official says.
Germany's Catholic Church calls for 'reduction' in refugees
The star of an Oscar-winning documentary that shows how dolphins are hunted in a Japanese village was deported to the US on Friday after Tokyo airport officials barred his entry and he was held in detention for more than two weeks.
Congressman Has Plan to Force Bundy Militants, Not Taxpayers, to Foot Bill for Occupation
The Lessons of Zapatista Women Activists for Today's Social Movements
Obama Proposes $10 Per Barrel Oil Tax to Fund Clean Transportation - Here's How Republicans Responded
Algeria: Human and Trade Union Rights Activists Under Pressure
The Algerian regime is unsparing in the tactics used to discourage workers from organizing and fighting for their rights, including willful disregard for the decisions of its justice system.
Indigenous Rights Win Major Steps Forward in Honduras
Maryland lawmaker moves to decriminalize drugs like heroin
New York City Mayor's Ambitious Plans to Solarize City Buildings
Biggest Israeli Demolition in a Decade Leaves 100 Homeless
Woman with Asperger's syndrome who shared viral dog video shot dead by police in Arizona
Europe Scales Back on Renewable Energy Subsidies After Years of Support
From Civil Rights to Human Rights, Black Community Control Now
"Making the Promises Real": Labor and the Paris Climate Agreement
How Super PAC Donors Hide Behind Shady LLCs
Fracking the Everglades? Many Floridians Recoil as House Approves Bill
For the third year in a row, a bill to allow the controversial practice passes the state house, while many communities vote to ban it.
Rubio tries to recover from debate disaster as Trump woos New Hampshire
Ahead of Primary, New Hampshire Workers Declare: Want My Vote? Raise the Wage!
Fast food workers walk off the job before protesting at the GOP debate in Manchester.
A federal judge on Thursday hit Freedom Industries with a $900,000 criminal fine for the January 2014 Elk River chemical spill, but acknowledged that the bankrupt company is unlikely to ever pay the penalty.
Why the US presidential primary system is no way to run a democracy
Mormon church opposing Utah medical marijuana bill: A senator is frustrated that leaders of Utah's predominant faith "put their thumb on the scale" to influence state policy.
Leonard Peltier | My 40 Years in Prison
New York Governor announces measures to end "Gay Therapy"
Iowa's nightmare revisited: Was correct winner called?
Iowa Democratic party altered precinct's caucus results during chaotic night
Shift of one delegate from Bernie Sanders to Hillary Clinton raises questions about Iowa Democratic party’s management of first-in-the-nation vote.
Palestinian youths slain in deadly attack on Israeli police
The Day Casco’s Workers Sat Down on the Job
Israeli court “freezes” dying journalist’s detention
Residents of minority communities decry dumping of toxic coal ash
Revealing the Fallacy of White Knight Philanthropic Salvation in an Urban Public School
Union membership creeps upward in the South
Arctic Sea Ice Levels Hit Record Low After Unusually Warm January
Former Mexican President: We're Not Paying for 'Stupid' Wall
For Many Poor Americans, the Evictions Never End
Neil Young Takes His Anti-Monsanto Message on the Road
“I don’t want people to be offended,” Clinton said. But when asked if she understood why some women did take offense, she suggested political correctness had made Americans overly sensitive. “Good grief, we’re getting offended by everything these days!” she said. “People can’t say anything without offending somebody.” Ouch, Hillary Clinton Defends Political Incorrectness!
Reclaiming the Computing Commons
Racial Justice Is the Key to Democracy Reform
Trump Defends Waterboarding: 'I Have No Doubt That It Does Work
Twenty-three migrants drown as boat capsizes near Turkey, coast guard says
Flint water crisis: residents say Hillary Clinton ‘coming for the entertainment’
Judge orders compensation for elderly black victims of reverse mortgage scam
In NH Debate, Hillary Clinton Touted Henry Kissinger, War Criminal, as Character Reference
-- Mark Karlin, Editor of BuzzFlash at Truthout
Trump Tried to Pay Vets to Be Props
Trump’s campaign asked a small veterans charity to stand on stage with the mogul at a rally to receive a six-figure check. The charity took a pass.
No Questions About Climate Change at GOP Debate Sponsored by Big Oil
Leaked Police Files Contain Guarantees That Officers’ Disciplinary Records Will Be Kept Secret or Destroyed
Trump at debates: "I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding"
Pharma Executives Worry About Presidential Candidates Demanding Reform
Ted Cruz’s Promise That Big Donors Will Match Campaign Donations Could Break Rules
The Guantánamo in New York You're Not Allowed to Know About
UN Demands Zika-Infected Countries Give Women Access to Abortion and Birth Control
High Lead Levels Were Detected in Nearly 400 Flint Homes, and There May Be More
South Carolina cleanup results show there's hope after coal ash contamination
Giving Peace Very Little Chance
What the next US president can do to bring endless warfare to an end is one of the most important issues of Campaign 2016, but it is getting only a cursory treatment in debates as politicians seem to fear neocon wrath if they seek peace.
Meet the Evangelicals Who Hate Donald Trump
It’s almost over for Hillary: This election is a mass insurrection against a rigged system
Chicago Police Retire to Evade Punishment While Collecting Six-Figure Pensions
Fracking Water Causes California Earthquakes Says New Study
The Alberta government's attempt to balance competing interests in the oilsands region has failed to protect aboriginal rights, lands and health from industrial development.
Hillary Clinton: Endorsed by all the best war criminals and scumbag billionaires
Male fish in two of North Jersey’s most protected areas have developed female sexual characteristics, suggesting parts of the waterways are contaminated with chemicals that throw hormone systems radically off.
About the Aftermath That Sanders Predicted ...
VIDEO: Jeremy Corbyn Takes Down Big Banks During Surprise Appearance
Cruz's "Pseudoscientific" Climate Claims
While on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz gave a speech to local residents that contained inaccurate and misleading claims about climate science and its terminology.
The F Word: Yes, Donald Trump Is a Fascist, and That Matters
The celebrated seafood of the northeast US, such Maine lobster and New England clams, is under threat from warming temperatures and ocean acidification, a new study warns.
Political Crisis Dampens Carnival Festivities in Haiti
The Bernie Sanders Path to Victory in the South: African American Union Leaders
Palestinian hunger striker Muhammad al-Qiq in "struggle against death"
Emails Reveal Early Suspicions of a Flint Link to Legionnaires' Disease
Chris Christie Signs Bill Privatizing New Jersey's Water Supply
This Map Helps Explain Texas' Planned Parenthood Blunder
Regulatory showdown in California wheat field
A wheat farm pockmarked with pooled water here has become a launch pad for an agribusiness legal assault on a major Obama administration rule that redefines the scope of the Clean Water Act.
The 2016 Elections: The Questions Virtually No One Is Asking, Much Less Answering
Hunger Is Bad, Especially for Kids
The Obama administration recently announced two new initiatives to reduce childhood food insecurity. Here's why that's a really, really good thing.
Tackling Climate Change in the Caribbean: Natural Solutions to a Human Induced Problem
Brazil Wages War against Zika Virus on Several Fronts
Memories of FGM: 'I was screaming in pain and fear'
Assita Kanko, a politician in Brussels, recalls when she underwent female genital mutilation as a child in Burkina Faso.
China Has Finally Told Hong Kong It Is Holding the Three Missing Booksellers
Cruz and Rubio: Heirs to Bush-Obama Militarism
Contaminated water kills 37 kids in Colombia, community sues
Indigenous and Black communities in Colombia filed a lawsuit against the government Wednesday after 37 kids in the region died in less than a year from drinking water contaminated by mercury, a chemical used in a local mine.
Uganda's Press Crackdown Is Likely to Worsen
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has erased Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's wide lead for the Democratic presidential nomination since the start of year, putting the two in a dead heat nationally, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Stop ignoring the police killings of Latinos
I’m a Muslim, not a terrorist. So why did the NYPD spy on me for years?
I’d long suspected local cops were spying on innocent Muslims. But the extent of their surveillance surpassed my worst fears.
Iowans claim instances when Sanders was shorted delegates
Outrage builds over wealthy families in public housing
Lawmakers from both parties are outraged about wealthy families who are living in subsidized housing intended for the poor.
Native American church fights for right to use cannabis and peyote
Cop who killed college student and 55-year-old mother sues for ‘extreme emotional trauma’
More Than 100 People Missing After Deadly Quake in Taiwan
Japan's Sakurajima volcano erupts some 50 km from nuclear plant
Single-payer health plan wouldn't cost US more
Scientists trace cancer-linked pollutant to oil sands stockpiles
Six Facts That Erase Any Doubt US Officials Know They Are Deporting People to Their Deaths
You agree with Bernie Sanders (but you might not know it)
Voters in New Hampshire Are Asking John Kasich About Ohio's Poisoned Water
A bipartisan group of lawmakers want to ban flame retardants linked to cancer, learning disabilities and other health problems from being used in children’s products and furniture. But legislation to do that could fail for the fifth year running if legislators cannot agree on how to ban new chemicals down the road.
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates the mine spill in Colorado last year dumped more than 880,000 pounds of metals into the Animas River
Financial despair, addiction and the rise of suicide in white America
The death rate for white Americans aged 45 to 54 has risen sharply since 1999, but Montana officials wrestle to explain reasons why the state has the highest rate of suicide in the US at nearly twice the national average - and it’s rising.
Argument Over Flint Water Aid Delays Senate Energy Bill
A #BernieLady in a BroWorld
New Record Low for January Arctic Sea Ice
District Sentinel Radio Episode 19: Straight Outta Iowa (PODCAST)
A Labyrinth of Injustice in Guatemala: Indigenous Activists Struggle Against Dispossession of Land and Rights
Oklahoma Wind Farms Bring Millions of Tax Dollars to Local Counties: Study
If There Are No New Farmers, Who Will Grow Our Food?
Dashcam video shows Montana police shooting man as he steered car away
New England Fights Fracked Gas Pipeline: Deerfield, New Hampshire, Threatens to Arrest Anyone on Private Property Without Permission in Connection With Gas Pipeline
North Korea rocket launch: UN to hold emergency meeting
One of the United States' oldest stock exchanges has just been sold to China
After the Black Hawks Arrived: In Somalia, a History of US Meddling Continues
Mass Incarceration Since 1492: Native American Encounters With Criminal Injustice
Syria warns Saudis against incursion, says will be resisted
Thousands take part in anti-Islam Pegida protests across Europe
First abortion in Colombia possibly as result of Zika: A woman struggled to find a doctor willing to provide an abortion after it was discovered her fetus suffered from microcephaly.
Independent voters play key role in New Hampshire primaries
Rubio Gets Stuck on Repeat, Delivers Same Canned Line Three Times in Three Minutes
They’re trying to deify Ronald Reagan: Inside the right-wing plot to turn the Gipper into a modern-day God
Grover Norquist wants an ode to Reagan in all 3,000 US counties. Then just wait until he targets our currency
Iowa Democratic Party reviewing results in caucuses
Is the US ready for a socialist president? Sanders might be about to find out
Bankers, Preachers, and Fear of President Sanders
Black Box Voting's Bev Harris on the IA Caucus Mess and NH Concerns
Not Your Grandfather’s Black Freedom Movement: An Interview with BYP100’s Charlene Carruthers
The 30-year-old radical black queer feminist who’s Rahm Emanuel’s worst nightmare
Spike Lee’s New Michael Jackson Movie Honors the Artistry of the King of Pop
Taiwan earthquake: dozens trapped in toppled building
Rescuers were fighting to reach 35 people trapped under a collapsed building with at least seven people dead and 150 hospitalised
UN Group Calls for Slavery Reparations, but Few in Media Are Listening
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