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Paul Krugman | That Old-Time Whistle
Joseph E. Stiglitz | On the Wrong Side of Globalization
Five Inequities of the Wall Street Freeloaders Having No Financial Transaction Tax
Paul Buchheit for BuzzFlash at Truthout
The Battle for Chattanooga: Southern Masculinity and the Anti-Union Campaign at Volkswagen
“Code words for race”: What’s really behind GOP’s poverty and welfare obsession
The Town That Turned Poverty Into a Prison Sentence
Most states shut down their debtors’ prisons more than 100 years ago; in 2005, Harpersville, Alabama, opened one back up.
No Escaping Dragnet Nation
Investigative reporter Julia Angwin talks to Bill Moyers about how America has become a dragnet nation where mass surveillance rules.
US Army general accused in sex crimes case pleads to lesser charges
8 Instances of Moronic Right-Wing Malevolence This Week
Coming Home to Roost: American Militarism, War Culture and Police Brutality
Truthout Interviews Featuring Candice Bernd on Aging Nuclear Power Plants
Where Incomes Diverge, So Too Does Longevity
Two counties in Virginia and West Virginia show the divide in life expectancy between affluent and struggling areas.
White House will not recognise result of Crimea referendum
How the meat industry killed the free market
A Thought for the Web's Silver Anniversary
Let’s learn from our not-so-distant past and share the gold. New technologies don’t have to bring us new inequalities.
Federal Judge Strikes Down One Of The Strictest Abortion Laws In The Nation
Ralph Nader | What A Destructive Wall Street Owes Young Americans
McCain Compares Russia to a Gas Station
The ultimate guide to debunking right-wingers’ insane persecution fantasies
The game is rigged: We elected Obama to hold the 1% accountable. So why are they still running everything?
Much Bank Crime, Little Punishment
Wall Street banks made a bundle on securitized subprime mortgages until the bubble began to burst in 2007 inflicting devastating harm on average people around the world. Yet, despite government rhetoric to the contrary, the key culprits have escaped punishment.
NASA-funded study: industrial civilization headed for 'irreversible collapse'?
As Living Standards Fall for Seniors, Some See Signs of ‘Silver Revolution’
875,000 left in bureaucratic black hole that is US terror watchlist system
Couple kicked out of McDonald’s for sitting ‘too long’ offered free meals for life
Holder a Lonely Holdout as Death Row Enters Death Throes
Nurses Demand State Department Certify That Keystone XL Will Not Have Adverse Health Effects
10 reasons why Ronald Reagan was the worst president of our lifetime
Your Secrets, Medical Info and Sexual Habits are Being Grabbed, Compiled and Resold Online
5 Interesting Reasons You Gain Weight When You're Stressed (and 4 Simple Ways to Avoid It)
The Feinstein Syndrome: “The Fourth Amendment for Me, But Not for Thee”
Internet Administration to Shift From US to Global Stage
Women Should Embrace the B's in College to Make More Later
Yet Another Trader Suicide Rocks Financial World
The Genius of Erasmus
CBS Fails to Disclose Energy Guest's Industry Ties
Pipeline Approved to Bring Tar Sands to Montreal and New England's Doorstep
Anti-poverty Activist, Cheri Honkala, Arrested With Anti-Pipeline Protesters, Building a Bigger Movement for Justice
Left behind: San Jose and the broken promises of the neoliberal era
Neocons Have Weathered the Storm
Is Putin Delusional–or Is NYT a 'Megaphone for Propaganda'?
HEARING ON NOW: Keystone KX and the National Interest Determination, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Reduce Record Wall Street Bonuses and Double the Pay of Minimum Wage Workers Instead
-- Mark Karlin, Editor of BuzzFlash at Truthout
The oil industry is helping design Alberta’s elementary school curriculum
Major gas and oil companies have signed on as partners with the public school board.
Big fine imposed on ex-Goldman trader in SEC case
World Health Official: 2013 Saw ‘Unprecedented Period’ of Humanitarian Disasters
Disturbing Trend: The Rise of Luxury Gun Clubs
It's Time to End All Drug Testing
Ukraine Crisis Spurs Fracking-Friendly Measure in Poland
Poland's Prime Minister Tusk says fracking will be tax-free until 2020.
Controversial Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer won't seek third term
For Some Democrats, Taking On Hillary Clinton Isn't Such a Crazy Idea
In 'Fair Food' Fight, Florida Farmworkers Take On Industry
The Immokalee, Fl. farmworkers who have won battles against some of food industry's biggest corporations take aim at Publix and Wendy's.
When Was the Bill of Rights for the American People Replaced by a Corporate Bill of Rights?
Gene Glickman for BuzzFlash at Truthout
Crimea applies to be part of Russian Federation after vote to leave Ukraine
Delegation expected in Moscow to discuss procedures for joining Russia as Ukraine mobilizes 40,000 reservists.
Canadian Government Targets Environment NGOs
I Am Serving a 10-Year Mandatory Minimum for Marijuana in Colorado
"It's pretty ironic that the Feds would send me here - to the only state that has made sales of marijuana completely legal."
Keystone XL and the energy rush that could change America forever
Mainstream US Media Is Lost in Ukraine
Fracking Industry Tries to Buy Democracy in Rural Illinois
Corporate Interests Behind Ukraine Putsch
Behind the U.S.-backed coup that ousted the democratically elected president of Ukraine are the economic interests of giant corporations – from Cargill to Chevron – which see the country as a potential “gold mine” of profits from agricultural and energy exploitation.
Thousands in Tokyo Demand 'Drop Nuclear Power'
Rally follows protests by Fukushima cleanup workers against dangerous conditions and low wages.
Shame Shame Shame
Radical comic artist and illustrator Sarah Rosenblatt examines the many ways in which women are shamed in our society in this graphic art.
Compare the NSA’s Facebook Malware Denial to Its Own Secret Documents
Rays of light shine on political dark money
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: Fears of 9/11-style plot
The Latest Republican Plan to Outsource Jobs
Worldwide ‘White Man March’ draws 10 people and ‘Diversity = White Genocide’ signs
Mayor de Blasio Is Right About Charter Schools
Robert Reich | The "Paid-What-You're-Worth" Myth
IMF Urges Redistribution To Tackle Growing Inequality
America's $1 Trillion National Security Budget
"Do What You Gotta Do": Cop Shows Bolster Idea That Police Violence Works
Fashion Faux Pas? Free Trade and Sweatshop Labor in Guatemala
Pilot Spoke to Air Controllers After Shutoff of Data System on Missing Plane
Ten Reasons Why Nukes Are Nuts
William Rivers Pitt | The Answer Is Turnout: Vote, You Jackass
-- William Rivers Pitt for BuzzFlash at Truthout
The Audacity of Common Sense: Progressive Caucus’ ‘Better Off Budget’
Arkansas' 12-Week Abortion Ban Is Struck Down By Federal Judge
On third anniversary of Syrian rebellion, Assad is steadily winning the war
Ukraine and the west: hot air and hypocrisy
Why millennials have abandoned Obama
Malaysia Officials, Saying Missing Jet Was Diverted, Open Criminal Inquiry
Paul Ryan's Worst Nightmare: Here's the Real Way to Cut Poverty in America
Julius Peppers signs three-year deal with Green Bay Packers
Mandatory Minimum Gun Laws Steal Lives
Architect of Bush Administration’s No Child Left Behind Law: “I Was Wrong”
The Blossoming of Idle No More
The CIA Has Brought Darkness to America by Fighting in the Shadows
Lawsuit Opposes 'Co-located' Private Schools
These Seattle Teachers Boycotted Standardized Testing—and Sparked a Nationwide Movement
Florida Man Who Shot Moviegoer for Texting Had Been Texting Moments Before Pulling the Trigger
The CIA: The Double Life of Dianne Feinstein
The exasperation with the Democratic senator from California is that she hasn't also directed her outrage at the NSA
Senate panel approves Ukraine bill
Google is encrypting search globally. That’s bad for the NSA and China’s censors.
School Board Candidates Backed by Koch-Connected Nonprofit
Obama's Big Move on Overtime Pay Keyed to Swing, Base Voters
Would You Want the NSA To Be Your Neighbor?
The NSA set up a facility in Utah, promising jobs and industry along with it. None of that came. Now, one surveillance scandal later, residents can vote to render the facility useless in the simplest way possible. Is it worth it?
INFOGRAPHIC: Is the US Becoming a Police State?
Robert Scheer | Feinstein v. the CIA: A Moment of Truth
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