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Chelsea Manning Faces New Charges, Indefinite Solitary Confinement Related to Suicide Attempt

Lessons in Activism: Middle School Students Advocate for Syrian Refugees

Does More Technology Bring Us Better Health Care?

Monofloral and Manuka Honey: Honey-Hunting the Honeybee to its Demise, With Love

Ending the Unconstitutional Assault on the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) Movement: A Call To Action

Corporate Education Reformers Are Running Scared

Still Opposing a Congressional Move to Protect Exxon

Colorado Community Rights Amendment Builds Largest Campaign to Date, But Falls Short of 2016 Ballot

The History and Politics of the IMF with Ernst Wolff

From Divinity to discrimination: the story of Sikhs in the US

A Political Turning Point for Native Americans
Who will be Indian Country\u2019s Obama? Look to the states. Her name will be Paulette, Peggy, or Denise.

‘C is for Corruption’: The Rio Olympics from A to Z

Ottawa Approves Controversial Chemical for Ocean Oil Spills

New Report: Problem Care Harms Almost One-Third of Rehab Hospital Patients

Could Brexiteers Johnson, Gove, Farage be prosecuted for lies?

Restrictive new law will harm Poland’s wind industry, advocates say

How Environmental Injustice Connects to Police Violence

The Trump Campaign Is Paying A Fox News Analyst $13,000 A Month

Young Boricuas Have Been Camped Out For a Month Protesting PROMESA. Meet the Faces Behind the Movement.

Who really won the legal battle between Philip Morris and Uruguay?
The tobacco giant has to pay $7m to the small South American nation in a dispute over cigarette adverts. But the case could still set a worrying precedent

New Pennsylvania Bill Is Just One Step Toward Helping Survivors of Economic Abuse

Who Would Trayvon Have Been? Becoming a Black Man in the United States

Poorer Than Their Parents
Young people are set to inherit the unequal economic heritage of their parents.

Violence, Counter-Violence, and the Question of the Gun

3 Climate Issues to Watch at This Week’s Democratic National Convention

Political Conflict Triggers Turmoil in South Sudan, Leaving Hundreds Dead

BMW and Volkswagen Paint Supplier Linked to Child Labor

Obama counters Trump 'pessimism'

Trump's Nonvoter Strategy: Will It Work?

Mourning and Resistance in Kashmir

What would it Take to mainstream "alternative" agriculture?

Turkey resumes sending aid to Gaza following landmark reconciliation with Israel

Defending No Child Left Behind? Education Reform Hits the DNC

History and Madness: Dems Nominate Clinton, Trump Predicted to Win

China and Russia to Hold Naval Drills in South China Sea

Denmark: Bernie Sanders for Prime Minister

Delta Tunnels: Restoring An Estuary by Diverting Its Water?

Pipeline Expansion Threatens U.S. Climate Goals, Study Says

Longread: What happens after Brexit

The federal minimum wage has been eroded by decades of inaction

Corporate interests funding convention festivities, if not the main events

It Doesn’t Have to Be ‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’
Not all white working-class voters are ready to blame their neighbors for problems caused by corporations.

Barroso and Goldman Sachs - a dangerous liaison

Cryptography as Democratic Weapon Against Demagoguery

How special-interest money took over the party conventions

Industry’s Top Lobbyist: Stop “Assaults” On For-Profit Colleges

Voices from the supply chain: an interview

Immigrant Detainees Routinely Placed in Solitary Confinement in New Jersey Jail

Modern slavery and the gendered paradoxes of labour unfreedom

Pantry on Wheels Enables Indiana Food Bank to Increase Access for Food Insecure

How the UK government earned £26m for a sanctioned Iranian oil firm

This Popular Insecticide Is Lowering Sperm Count in Honey Bees by 40 Percent
-- Lorraine Chow for BuzzFlash at Truthout

In Brazil, a Pre-Olympics Folly
No one will ever run the 100-meter dash in less than five seconds. And no one, Brazil\u2019s story suggests, will ever end poverty while ignoring grand fortune.

Here’s a problem with the TPP that Hillary Clinton ignores at her peril

Nepali widows: changing colours, changing mindsets

Why Black Lives Matter Is Taking On Police Unions

Infographic: The CIA’s drone war in Pakistan

There is No "Honor" In Killing: The Problematic Language Used To Describe Violence Against Women

Interview: Busting the Myths of a Workerless Future

What $20 Million Buys the Chemical Industry in Washington

Conservative Organizations Pushing Republican Politicos And Media Outlets To Accept Climate Change As Reality

Unions want one thing from Hillary tonight: A stake in TPP’s heart

Slavery, War and Presidential Politics
-- Robert C. Koehler for BuzzFlash at Truthout

Police Incitement Against Black Lives Matter Is Putting Protesters in Danger

Native American teen faces a year in prison for possessing one gram of weed
Devontre Thomas faces a federal trial that advocates say is a waste of resources and a stark reminder that law enforcement continue to target people of color.

Muslim businessman’s shop covered in Islamophobic slurs

US and Mexico's mass deportations have fueled humanitarian crisis, report says

Horrifying: Muslim Detainees Fed Garbage Food at Federal Immigration Facility

Want to Stop Gentrification? Start a Union.
Like labor unions, neighborhood unions could help residents bargain collectively for affordable housing, housing security, protections for local businesses, and community reconciliation.

A Yellow-Brick Road for Immigrant Women

US election tracker: Democrats and Republicans on energy and climate

Police executions push Kenya to dark days

Reducing water pollution with microbes and wood chips

Who are they, these revolutionary Rojava women?

Mike Pence Is a Loyal Friend to Polluters