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Charles P. Pierce | The Day After In Ferguson: There Is Always a Reason

KKK Leader Meets With Anonymous After Group Hijacks Twitter Account

Four Reasons Keystone Really Matters
Pipeline apologists tell us the president\u2019s decision isn\u2019t that important for the climate\u2014the dirty oil will flow anyway. Here\u2019s why they\u2019re wrong.

Mexican President Burned in Effigy as Tens of Thousands Mark Day of Protest

Most White People in America Are Completely Oblivious
Black people have to learn everything about white people just to stay alive. White people just don't get that.

The National Bar Association Takes Public Issue With Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
\"The National Bar Association is questioning how Darren Wilson, a Police Officer in Ferguson, Missouri, was not indicted and tried for the shooting death of 18 year old Michael Brown.\"

Darren Wilson Prosecutor Was Biased From the Get-Go in the Middle of a Racist Cauldron
-- Mark Karlin, Editor of BuzzFlash at Truthout

"Monster" Fracking Wells Guzzle Water in Drought-Stricken Regions

Officer Darren Wilson's Story Is Unbelievable. Literally.

Ferguson Public Library Sees "Staggering" Spike in Donations After Grand Jury Decision

With Impunity and Justice For Cops

Senate Report: Scale of Wall Street Holdings Are “Unprecedented in US History”

How Oil Ate the Heart of North Dakota

Darren Wilson Wasn’t Indicted - the System Was
The St. Louis County prosecutor seemed to blame society more than the cop who shot Michael Brown, but he didn\u2019t address the race and class issues that set the tone of life in Ferguson.

Obama's Feet to the Fire? Not Likely. Not Ever

Gulf-Bound Tar Sands for Export? Follow the Oiltanking Trail

Thousands Protest Peacfully Around The Nation Following Ferguson Grand Jury Decision, More Protests Planned

New York Fed, Goldman in Criminal Investigation for Sharing Confidential Information

Paul Krugman | Still Waiting for the Collapse

Warning to Ferguson Police: Protesters Win Millions for Police Misconduct
-- Bill Quigley for BuzzFlash at Truthout

Ferguson Protests to #FergusonNext: 5 Paths to Progress After Non-Indictment
A grand jury has confirmed America\u2019s addiction to violence and racism. It\u2019s time to go beyond one officer and one place. Here is how the healing might begin

Monsanto Pays $2.4 Million Fine for Wrecking Pacific NW Wheat

Tamir Rice, Boy Shot Dead By Cleveland Police, Did Not Point Replica Gun At Officer

Ferguson: Police Mole Helping Anonymous Identify KKK Link With Darren Wilson
A mole within the St Louis County Police Department is feeding information to Anonymous hacktivists trying to prove a link between Darren Wilson and the Ku Klux Klan.

The Police Have Choices. Why Do They So Often Choose So Poorly?
-- Akira Watts for BuzzFlash at Truthout

How to Talk About Climate Change on Thanksgiving

If You're a Rotten Employer, the Internet Will Find You
It's the only weapon we have left, but it's a damned good one.

Senate Torture Investigation Fails to Interview Key Torture Victims

La Via Campesina: Day of Action Against Violence Towards Women

Obama's New Leader at the Pentagon Will Mean More War – not Less

No Justice in America: Why Promises of Change Were Too Slow for Mike Brown
Like so many others before them, Mike Brown's family was denied not just justice -- but fairness

Media Goes Wild Over Hagel Firing But Not Obama's Secret Afghanistan Reversal

Protests Flare After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
The town is reeling from a chaotic night of demonstrations after it was announced that a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager would not be charged.

VA Ousts Hospital Chief in Phoenix Scandal

Ferguson Prosecutor Robert McCulloch Gives Bizarre Press Conference

I Went to UVA and I Hope They Sue the Everloving Crap Out of It

The Democratic Party Must Find Its Core Values in Order to Become Relevant Again

The Real Cost of Fracking: How America’s Shale Gas Boom Is Threatening Our Families, Pets, and Food

Sleep Is the Enemy of Capital

Grand Jury Led by Pro-Police Prosecutor Decides Cops Have License to Kill

Killer of Michael Brown Not Indicted