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  • Pokémon Go for Radicals

    Pokémon Go one-ups social media's ability to draw people out, given that it actually gets bodies moving and to a particular location. It's no replacement for well-timed mobilization, but it could offer much needed tools.

  • Trump's New Super PAC Attack Dog

    A pro-Donald Trump super PAC called Rebuilding America Now has positioned itself as an attack dog, unafraid to take shots at Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a time when her campaign is dominating airwaves.

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Robert Scheer | Crime of the Century

By Robert Scheer, Truthdig | News Analysis

Poor Land in Jail as Companies Add Huge Fees for Probation

By Ethan Bronner, The New York Times News Service | Report

The Fracking Industry's Dirty Secrets

By Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire | Interview and Video

"No Child" Law Whittled Down by White House

By Motoko Rich, The New York Times News Service | Report

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Declaring Internet Freedom for All

By Staff, Truthout | Editorial

Fossil Fuel Industry Uses Other ALECs in Plan to Save Itself

By Peter Montague and Steve Horn, Truthout | News Analysis

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Physicists Find Elusive Particle Seen as Key to Universe

By Dennis Overbye, The New York Times News Service | Report
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Robert Scheer | Crime of the Century

By Robert Scheer, Truthdig | News Analysis

Poor Land in Jail as Companies Add Huge Fees for Probation

By Ethan Bronner, The New York Times News Service | Report

The Fracking Industry's Dirty Secrets

By Mike Papantonio, Ring of Fire | Interview and Video

"No Child" Law Whittled Down by White House

By Motoko Rich, The New York Times News Service | Report

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Declaring Internet Freedom for All

By Staff, Truthout | Editorial

Fossil Fuel Industry Uses Other ALECs in Plan to Save Itself

By Peter Montague and Steve Horn, Truthout | News Analysis

70512higgs cat

Physicists Find Elusive Particle Seen as Key to Universe

By Dennis Overbye, The New York Times News Service | Report