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Bearing Witness: North Dakota oil industry increases violence against Native women

Pounding the Table, Israeli Officials Malign International Criminal Court

The NRA Is Getting Its Ass Kicked and Here’s the Proof

A Peace Community in Colombia: “The resistance to the armed conflict forced us to think about self-sufficiency”

Coal CEO Thanks Lamar Smith, Asks Him to Expand Probe of Climate Scientists

Interesting Events You Won’t Want to Miss At The Paris COP21 Climate Conference

Stung by Keystone reversal, Canadian province doubles down on renewable energy

Syngenta lawsuit pits thousands of Indiana farmers against Swiss biotechnology company

For their second act, Keystone killers tackle Exxon

The growing problem of food insecurity

Vandalized Mosques, Threats of Violence—Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes on the Rise

Air Force hires civilian drone pilots for combat patrols; critics question legality

EPA Asks Court to Revoke Approval of New Weed Killer for Genetically Engineered Crops

Saudi Arabia Plans to Behead More Than 50 People in a Single Day

A ground zero forgotten
The Marshall Islands, once a US nuclear test site, face oblivion again.

Trump, Carson and NRA Stoke Domestic Terror

Four Ways Exxon Stopped Action on Climate Change

VIDEOS: Unprecedented Mining Disaster in Brazil Devastates Village, Wildlife, Fishing Economy

Glenn Greenwald | What Foreign Policy “Debate” Means on “Face the Nation”

Trump says won't take back remark on Muslims 'cheering' 9/11 attacks

More rural water wells polluted in Barnett Shale
As Texas oil and gas regulators continue to deny any link between drilling and underground water contamination, more families' water supplies turn up polluted.

Hundreds of residents of the communities next to the abandoned Union Carbide factory in Bhopal on Thursday demonstrated at the JLN Hospital demanding free medical treatment, clean drinking water and exemption from paying water bills.

South Sudan food team finds risk of 'widespread catastrophe'

Israel using Dutch dogs to terrorize Palestinians

Seven Ways People Are Fighting Back Against Islamophobia - and How You Can, Too

Laos counts the cost of climate change: record floods, drought and landslides

Hypocrisy: Democrats Criticize Trump but Not a Peep Against Emanuel

As Brazil's Largest City Struggles With Drought, Residents Are Leaving

Study: Half of Amazon Tree Species Could Become Extinct

In Somaliland, climate change is now a life-or-death challenge
Pastoralists long accustomed to a harsh environment are reeling as drought and cyclones lay waste to their herds and leave families weak from thirst and hunger.

Western State Regulators Struggling to Keep Up With Radioactive Fracking and Drilling Waste

Dallas Mayor Says He’s More Fearful Of Armed White Men Than Syrian Refugees

'Don't Bomb Syria': Protests Across the UK as Syria Vote Looms

In Chicago shooting Rahm Emanuel should be charged as accomplice

“The pigs were glowing deep gold”: The amazing experience that ended my life as a pig farmer

Chicago police and prosecutors caught lying as they cover up their murder of Darius Pinex

No cop left behind
''It seems that being a law enforcement officer is another way - besides being rich or a bank or a government-paid torturer - to enjoy a separate and privileged system of American justice.\"

The deep, ugly, and nearly unbelievable rabbit hole of violence and corruption within the Chicago PD

Criminalizing Our People: Social Impacts of the PKK Ban

Another Victim in ICE's Ongoing War

"Spotlight" Celebrates Heroes of Investigative Reporting - and Democracy

LIVE UPDATES: Global climate march 2015 - Paris police use teargas during clashes

Remember the Oceans!
The most important consequence of the Paris climate talks will be the fate of the oceans.

Eating less meat isn’t just good for you, it could save the planet

The Bush presidency was my fault: I am so sorry my work stopped the Florida recount

France Uses Emergency Laws to Place Climate Activists Under House Arrest

Edward Snowden meets Arundhati Roy and John Cusack: ‘He was small and lithe, like a house cat’
The Indian novelist recalls an extraordinary encounter in a Moscow hotel with the NSA whistleblower.

Americans Don't Disagree On Politics As Much As You Might Think

Everything went wrong in the Ebola outbreak. We’re still not ready if it happens again.

Our culture and laws enabled the Colorado shooter, whatever his motive

India approves sale of generic Hepatitis C drugs

Ben Carson meets Syrian refugees in Jordan but says none should come to US

Global Warming's Unacknowledged Threat: The Pentagon

When Surgeons Multitask: The Little-Known Practice of Concurrent Surgeries

Funding for lawmakers' portraits under fire
The portraits - reserved for the vice president, cabinet officials, committee chairmen and congressional leadership - cost anywhere from roughly $20,000 to $50,000 apiece, with the money coming from private and public sources.

NSA to shut down bulk phone surveillance program

GOP’s hell-bent on tearing us apart: A decades-long strategy to win by divisiveness now leads to President Donald Trump

Security Culture and Xenophobia in the Wake of Terror: What We Have to Lose

A Wealthy Governor and His Friends Are Remaking Illinois
Unprecedented political spending helped elect Bruce Rauner, a fresh-faced financier. But his ideological vision has unsettled many in the state.

Burger King manager: Chicago cops erased shooting video

Cleveland police shooting of Tamir Rice was unjustified, experts conclude

Turkish human rights lawyer shot dead during press conference

Two prominent journalists in Turkey are facing charges of espionage after publishing video that allegedly showed trucks, belonging to the state intelligence agency, carrying ammunition to Syrian militants.