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Clinton receives first intelligence briefing as nominee

The Scourge of Neoliberalism: Why the Democratic Party Is Failing the Poor

'How could our country lie so completely?': meet the North Korean defectors
They send pamphlets and DVDs in balloons over the barbed-wire border. Can these defectors inspire others to make the same dangerous journey to the South?

What’s next in the fight over EpiPen’s ridiculously high prices?

Italy Begins Burying Earthquake Dead: ‘An Event Like This Weakens You’

Pentagon Has No Idea Where Hundreds of Thousands of Guns Went in Iraq and Afghanistan

Why a Single-Payer Healthcare System is Inevitable

Mount Everest Climbers May One Day Climb Ice-Free

A New Report on America's Wealth Gap Shows Bernie Sanders Is Right to Be Grumpy

Orlando hospitals won't bill survivors of Pulse nightclub shooting

Where Has All the Money for Our Schools Gone?

Who’s Scamming Veterans Now? Why, It’s the Koch Brothers, of Course!
Who else would use American war casualties as an opportunity for profit?

Big Pharma's All-Out Push to Continue Wanton Profiteering
-- Mark Karlin, Editor of BuzzFlash at Truthout

Pierson: Trump Didn’t Flip-Flop on Immigration, He Just "Changed the Words That He Is Saying"

Rewrite: the Protests at Standing Rock

Four Really Disturbing Ways Jail Is Much Worse for Women Than Men

Poll finds rejection of many of Trump’s views on immigration

Poll Finds Overwhelming Support for National Parks Among Voters of Color

How do you heal after tragic violence? Come together and dance.

Clinton, Trump and a Responsible Way to Crack the Two-Party Duopoly

State Owned Enterprise ChemChina Cleared to Take Over Syngenta

In Crow Country, a water system brings new life

Rio 2016: the Irresistible Militarization of Sports

The Trump Campaign Is Now Fully Aligned with White Supremacists

US Army Caught Cooking Its Books by Trillions

Trauma of witnessing police violence is not lost on children

Voices from the supply chain: An interview with Tatiana Rojas Orellana

Louisiana’s Cajun Navy shines light on growing value of boat rescuers

When You Don’t Have a Traditional Job, This Is How You Get Creative

Swazi media workers protest conditions at king’s newspaper

Federal Marijuana Laws Reek of Hy-Pot-Crisy
Cannabis is considered dangerous until proven safe, while known toxins like asbestos are still legal.

The Half-Life of Deindustrialization: Why Donald Trump Is Just A Symptom

Family of Slain US Journalist Hopes for Hearing in Syrian Civil Suit

Why the US’s Judges Should be Chosen by Citizen Juries

Police Forcing Women To Undress Is Just The Beginning In France’s Escalating Fight Against Muslims

With Warming, Western Fires May Sicken More People

Why Aren’t We More Freaked Out About Louisiana?
Climate change is conditioning us to accept natural disasters as “the new normal.”

Stop Playing Politics With Reproductive Rights
Women's access to healthcare is a human right and fundamental aspect of our democracy. It shouldn't be left up to dumb luck.

Future Fighters Go to the Mat for Black Lives

Orlando Health, Florida Hospital won't bill Pulse shooting victims

Through a Glass Darkly: A Poetry Review – I Remember My Name

The Link Between Health Spending and Life Expectancy: The US is an Outlier

INFOGRAPHIC: Donald Trump's Inner Circle

Rio’s Olympic ruins

US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty

#CripTheVote Shows the Need to Make Voting More Accessible for People With Disabilities

The Food That Once Saved Condors May Now Be Poisoning Them

U.S. Weapons Sales Are Drenched in Yemeni Blood
Saudi Arabia is using billions in U.S. aid to fund their onslaught of innocent civilians in Yemen, but it's not too late for Congress to stop this madness.

The Hidden Homeless Population
A growing number of homeless students lack the academic and community support they need to get off the streets

Secret Cameras Record Baltimore’s Every Move From Above

Children return to US presidential campaigns – but are they political weapons or horror movie tricks?

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Wants to Know Who You Are on Twitter—But It’s a Flawed Plan

Louisiana's Drowning: Follow our Photographer's Journey Capturing Hope and Loss in Historic Flood

Corporate tax cuts: why the old analyses don’t stack up any more (did they ever?)

We’ve always “Occupied the Prarie” and We’re Not Going Anywhere

Illegal Herbicide Use on GMO Crops Causing Massive Damage to Fruit, Vegetable and Soybean Farms
-- Ken Roseboro for BuzzFlash at Truthout

Will Elizabeth Warren Stymie Clinton’s Pro-Big Finance Campaign Promises?

“Return to Sender”: Postal Workers Rally Against TPP

Farms in California turn to new methods to conserve water amidst worst drought on record

Thousands of Birds Migrate to the Arctic—Unfortunately, So Does Mercury

Drug and Device Makers Pay Thousands of Docs with Disciplinary Records

Seals help scientists get to the bottom of Antarctic changes

Concern over Profit-Oriented Approach to Biodiversity in Latin America

The valley of the Somme in 1916 and now

Gawker’s Era Is Over. Thank God. Let’s Hope Breitbart Is Next.

EpiPen maker lowers price after uproar

Texas students carry sex toys on campus to protest gun law
Hundreds protested ‘campus carry’ law that permits licensed gun owners aged 21 and older to carry concealed handguns in most places at public colleges

Asia, Looking Beyond the Green Revolution

Trump calls Clinton a ‘bigot’ at surreal rally with U.K. Independence Party leader

The Pivot: Welcome to Team Trump’s World of Magical Thinking
-- Bill Berkowitz for BuzzFlash at Truthout

Judge blocks UNC from enforcing 'bathroom bill' against 3 plaintiffs

Fire kills 17 workers in Russian warehouse

North Korea Says UN Condemnation Of Missile Launch ‘Provocative’

We Can Have a Healthy Climate With Zero Warming in Our Lifetimes

Bangladeshi Police Kill Alleged 'Mastermind' Of Cafe Attack That Left 22 Dead

Rachel Maddow’s fascinating duel with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, annotated

Socializing the Corrupt: Cheating, Education and Law Enforcement in Pennsylvania

Louisiana's Drowning: Follow our Photographer's Journey Capturing Hope and Loss in Historic Flood

Clinton, Trump sharpen attacks

EPA's Inaction Made Way for Lead Poisoning in Children, Lawsuit Claims

In Effort to Kill Pipeline, Groups Call Directly on Obama to Oppose Permits

Dem Senator: In Secret, My Republican Colleagues Support Clinton

Governor apologizes to Mainers for crass message

Health Dangers of Fracking Revealed in Johns Hopkins Study
-- Wenonah Hauter of EcoWatch on BuzzFlash at Truthout

Court Suspends ‘Burkini’ Ban in French Town

Trump's Deportation Plan Could Cause Economic Chaos in Mexico
-- Mark Karlin, Editor of BuzzFlash at Truthout

A Guided Tour of the ‘Alt-Right,’ by the Trump Campaign Chief’s Website

Liberal billionaires bankroll Hillary Clinton’s super PAC attack dog

Why Trump And The White Supremacist Alt-Right Are Threats To Democratic Values — And Our National Security

Israeli forces kill youth two months before his wedding

London's biggest air quality experiment sees thousands of pollution monitoring tags given out

Destruction from Italy quake a grave warning for California's old brick buildings

Three of Namibia’s most famous lion family were poisoned – why?

Clinton’s Transition Team: A Corporate Presidency Foretold

Britain is only just beginning to exploit its vast resources of offshore wind

RNC pulls worst fundraising numbers in recent years

When the Police Target Black Twitter

Eyes On the Prize: Donald Trump and the Need for Election Observers

72% of Previously Uninsured Californians Now Have Health Insurance

Trump is Goldman’s Golden Goose

Trump’s Estate Tax: An Aristocrat’s Gift to His Friends and Family

NYPD Repeatedly Broke Rules To Investigate Muslims

UC Davis Sued for Failing to Release Public Records on GMOs and Pesticides

Roger Ailes, the Clintons, and the Scandals of the Scandalmongers

Charged with murder, but they didn’t kill anyone—police did

From #NoDAPL to #FreedomSquare: A Tale of Two Occupations

Turkey’s universities are being purged: we cannot afford to look the other way

Opinion: Making local budgeting in Maryland more open and democratic

iPhone or iExploit? Rampant Labor Violations in Apple's Supply Chain

The International Community’s Failure in Yemen

Self-immolation and asylum in Australia: ‘This is how tired we are’

Advocates, state disagree on legal case to shut down Mackinac pipeline

Seven charts showing how countries’ carbon footprints compare

Heating Up the Fight to Get Accurate Climate Change Info in Textbooks

Druze Arabs in the occupied Golan Heights discuss borders, identity, colonialism and war

Spoiler: Most congressional contests not contests at all

A Historic Number of Native Americans Are Running for Congress

A revolution is not a dinner party

Why Walmart Matters to 21st Century Working-Class Struggle

The last Russian prisoner at Guantánamo Bay does not want to go home

How the Corporate Food Industry Is Taking Desperate Steps to Fight Animal Reforms

Trump Is Finished

Covering Up Whistleblowers’ Disclosures Should Be Illegal

Colombia's President Rushing Vote on Deal With Rebels

Biden says expects Guantanamo prison to close before Obama leaves office

Is Making Corporations Pay Wages “Burdensome Government Regulation?”

South Los Angeles Isn’t for Sale, Community Activists Say

‘My husband may die’ in a Colorado prison, says wife of CIA whistleblower

Spotlight on private prisons: lobbying and otherwise

Shotgun-Toting Cops Chase 10-Year-Old Boy Through Streets of Newark, Thinking He Was a Robbery Suspect

Homeownership is Dead! Long Live the Permanent Real Estate Cooperative!

Whose morality? Johann Hari on the future of the ‘war on drugs’

Stopping Traffic To Stop Corporate Greed In Illinois

Katrina Pain Index 2016 by the Numbers: Race and Class Gap Widening
-- Bill Quigley for BuzzFlash at Truthout

India’s New Maternity Benefits Act Criticised as Elitist

Stop suing ex-prisoners to recover room-and-board costs

The Farce That Is FOIA: The State Department Stonewalled The Associated Press For Three Years On Foundation Donor Story

Italy in shock after Amatrice earthquake: 'This used to be my home'
At least 247 dead after 6.2-magnitude quake strikes central Italy on Wednesday morning

Clinton buries Trump in negative ads