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UK police move to clear Occupy protesters from Parliament Square
Demonstrators voicing support for pro-democracy campaign in Hong Kong evicted after three days of occupation.

The federal government lost its war against Cliven Bundy
Six months after the standoff in Nevada, officials have failed to issue either an arrest or an indictment.

A $10.10 Minimum Wage Would Save the US Government $7.6 Billion a Year

Dozens of ISIL mortars pound Syrian border town

Military preps team for Ebola response in US

CEO of Texas Hospital Group Apologizes for Mistakes in Ebola Cases

Darren Wilson Likely to Avoid Civil Rights Charges in Michael Brown Killing

Henry Giroux on the Rise of Neoliberalism

Missouri's Solidarity Economy Is Organizing In the Wake of Michael Brown

Unfriending ALEC
Big tech companies like Google and Facebook are breaking up with corporate polluters.

Q&A With SolarCity's Chief: There Is No Cost to Solar Energy, Only Savings
'How long will the world and the US continue to tolerate being able to pollute for free?'

Truthout Interviews Eisa Ulen on Raven Symone and Black Identity (VIDEO)

Paying the Price of Tar Sands Expansion
Despite all the reasons to keep tar sands in the ground, the refining equipment tax credit has helped put tar sands development in the US on the rise, accelerating climate change at the expense - in every sense of the word - of American taxpayers.

Not The Onion: Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Owner Wins Climate Leadership Award

I'm a Hazmat-Trained Hospital Worker: Here's What No One Is Telling You About Ebola

How Billionaire Oligarchs Are Becoming Their Own Political Parties

Seven instances of blatant GOP fearmongering this election cycle

Radioactive Coyotes and Poisoned Apples: The Strange History of the Manhattan Project

Fukushima: A Problem for Future Generations and the World
At least 25,000 people evacuated after the Fukushima nuclear accident in Japan will never be able to go home.

Poor kids who do everything right don’t do better than rich kids who do everything wrong

Did the NYPD Really Need to Pepper-Spray a Guy Waiting for the Train? (VIDEO)

The Washington Post's Slimy Assault on Gary Webb
The movie, “Kill the Messenger,” portrays the mainstream U.S. news media as craven for destroying Gary Webb rather than expanding on his investigation of the Contra-cocaine scandal. So, now one of those “journalists” is renewing the character assassination of Webb.

$100 Million in Taxpayer Subsidies to Big Oil Promotes Fracking in California
-- Jacqueline Marcus for BuzzFlash at Truthout

In Alaska Race for Governor, Democrats Try an Unusual Tactic: Dropping Out

Hurricane Gonzalo hit Bermuda, leaves 29,000 without power (VIDEO)

Sarah Palin's PAC Mostly Spends Its Money on Sarah Palin

Fidel Castro: Cuba will work with US to fight Ebola

Does Rising Inequality Make a Democracy More Warlike?

Ebola outbreak in Texas lays bare disjointed government response

Dean Baker | World's Richest Man Tries to Defend Wealth Inequality

After Years Without a Grocery Store, Greensboro Neighbors Are Building One Themselves - and They’ll Own It

Amazon’s Wal-Mart problem: Why low wages, working conditions and disdain for culture will hurt us all
Amazon drives down wages, avoids taxes and destroys intellectual life, while profiting from government subsidies.

Citizen Journalist Kidnapped and Killed in Mexico for Reporting on Organized Crime

Ginsburg issues blistering dissent to ‘racially discriminatory’ TX Voter ID ruling

Republicans distance selves from Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy over racial remarks

Blowing the Whistle on CIA Torture From Beyond the Grave

Across UK, Marchers Demand an Economy That Works for All

Landmark settlement and new law are victories for tribal sovereignty

The NFL is covered in pink, but only a sliver of sales goes to breast cancer research

Unable to Meet the Deductible or the Doctor

Americans consider inequality the world’s greatest danger

Obama putting key priorities on hold until after midterm election

In American elections, who you hate is almost as important as who you like
The more ideologically partisan you are — especially if you're conservative — the more likely you are to vote.

William Rivers Pitt | George W. Bush: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Thwarting Democracy and the Battle for Voting Rights

Cops Need a Warrant to Grab Your Cell Tower Data, Florida Court Rules

Bloggers Behind Bars: Ethiopia's Zone9ers and Threats to Online Speech Across the Globe

Islamic State: No One Wants to Talk to Terrorists, but We Always Do - and Sometimes It Works

“I’m not going away”: James Risen unloads about his government foes

Manufactured Emergency: The Neoliberal Assault on Michigan

ISIS in Texas?! ABC Fails an Easy Factcheck

Laura Flanders: New Factories Have Jobs You’d Really Want - and These Chicago Kids Are Skilling Up to Get Them

Lenni Brenner: An Interview on Palestine Solidarity, Black Liberation and Anti-Zionism

Farms Angry at Labor Department Crackdown on Suspected Worker Abuses

The Making of Ferguson
Long before the shooting of Michael Brown, official racial-isolation policies primed Ferguson for this summer’s events.

The Texas law that could make it hard for Ebola patients to sue

The Forgotten OPR Report Exposing the White House Role in Torture

Obama taps ex-Biden aide to be Ebola czar

'Major' Oil Spill Strikes Louisiana, Threatens Waterways
'It's much bigger than they're telling us,' says area resident.

Top NSA critic could lose seat
Critics of the government’s spy agencies are worried that Colorado’s hotly contested Senate race could end the public career of one of their best allies in Congress.

Theodore Roosevelt, Walt Whitman and Andrew Jackson Were Proponents of Native American Genocide

At Least 22 Reportedly Killed in Attack in Western China

Journalist James Risen: 'Mercenary Class' Now Permanent Fixture in National Security State

An Urban Village Pops Up to Comfort Hong Kong Protestors

Google ‘beats Goldman Sachs’ in political campaign donations

Local Cops Say Your Driving History Is Public - Unless You Want a Copy

The NSA's Moonlighting Problem
A former NSA head has recruited one of his underlings for his lucrative cybersecurity firm - but that underling still works for the agency.

When the Ayatollah Said No to Nukes
In an exclusive interview, a top Iranian official says that Khomeini personally stopped him from building Iran's WMD program.

Mental Health Issues Put 34,500 on New York’s No-Guns List

Will Climate Change Denial Become a Political Liability? US Treaty Envoy Thinks So
Todd Stern says that mounting public pressure could rapidly force GOP to address global warming, and urged people to demand action.

US-led air strikes against ISIS in Syria 'killed 10 civilians'

The Shell Game of Contingent Employment
When subcontractors, freelancers and independent contractors get hurt or abused on the job, these workers are finding it harder to hold employers accountable. This is no accident - it's a direct result of a neoliberal labor agenda.

Georgia teen forced to ground at gunpoint for seat-belt violation files $12.5 million lawsuit

Thoughts on Pedagogy
There is another aspect to institutional education today and that is the deep reliance on bureaucratic models, and its connection to sociology. It is important to think about who exactly is to be educated.

California School District Sued for "Rampant" Racial Bias

Threats to Americans, ranked (by actual threat instead of media hype)

How Putin Became Central Figure in Texas Anti-Fracking Vote

What All Military Families Need to Know About High-Cost Lenders

Arrested for Democracy: Inside 99Rise's Latest Civil Disobedience to Get Money Out

Paul Krugman | What Markets Will

Koch Group Sends Fake Voter Information to Discourage Illinois Voters

The government wants tech companies to give them a backdoor to your electronic life
The FBI chief’s call for ‘clarity and transparency’ on surveillance wouldn’t be so laughable if the government wasn’t so aggressively secretive.

Rick Scott's privatization of the prisons' health care system has led to a spike in prisoner deaths.

The Pandemic We Are Ignoring: A possible cure for hep-C comes at a great cost to the sick.

Eight Mistakes We're Making About Ebola That We Also Made When AIDS Appeared

Give student loans the finger: A new solution to a massive generational outrage
Young people and their future families are being bankrupted. Here's a radical response to the heist of the century.

How We Punish People for Being Poor

Tea Party congressman: Hamas terrorists might infect themselves with Ebola and sneak into US
Right-wing South Carolina congressman takes Ebola fear-mongering to an even wackier level.

Wind Power Pushes Down Electricity Prices in Nordic Countries, Ending Profitability of Fossil Fuels

LA School District Uses Its Spending Power to Support Local Farms, Workers’ Rights, and Kids’ Nutrition

Bernie Sanders: Purchase of Election by Chevron Shows We Have 'Oligarchy, Not Democracy'

Shame, shame: Colombia is the only country to donate to the UN’s Ebola fund

EPA Analysis Evidence Notorious Neonics Should Be Suspended, Watchdog Groups Say

Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have retaken streets in the Mong Kok district, just hours after they were cleared by the authorities.

Humble spud poised to launch a world food revolution
Dutch team is pioneering development of crops fed by sea water.

Dark Money Concentrates in Small Number of Pivotal 2014 Races

A South Carolina campaign finance loophole is allowing a Texas real-estate mogul and a trial lawyers' association to emerge as two of the largest contributors in the governor's race.

The United States Is Number One ... but in What?

Ebola outbreak could be 'definitive humanitarian disaster of our generation', warns Oxfam

The National Security Agency is reviewing its decision to allow a top official to work part-time for a cybersecurity firm that is pitching its services to the financial sector.

Our Empathetic Rich: The Rarest of Birds
A landmark new study has laid bare the dirty little secret of modern American philanthropy: The United States' wealthy don’t particularly care all that much about the rest of us.

Supreme Court allows Texas to use voter ID law

Struggling workers take wage protest to upscale doorstep of Walmart heiress Alice Walton
Demanding higher wages and better benefits, Walmart workers protest outside Alice Walton’s home resulting in 26 arrests.

How Germany Managed to Abolish University Tuition Fees

Florida politicians battle rhetoric as rising seas drive worries over climate change

ALEC’s disgusting new ploy: How corporate America’s trying to roll back local liberal laws

Students ‘singled out for being poor': Edmonton, Canada father

Alaska, Arizona wins same-sex marriage rights; Wyoming next?

Tornados Attacking in Swarms. Is Climate Change to Blame?

Why The Poor Pay $1,400 for Old iPads and More

Isis and Ebola: the twin threats that reveal our impotence
In our sense of terror, Islamic State and the virus feed each other. But from airports to airstrikes, the response is glaringly inadequate.

In Greece: Media Censorship, Self-Censorship, Journalist Arrests and Murder

Six charts on the shocking rise in inequality

What will it take to rein in Big Money?

More Than a Third of Oakland's Fast Food Workers Can't Afford Food