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Dozens of ranchers, farmers and Native Americans calling themselves the Cowboy and Indian Alliance rode into D.C. on horseback to set up camp in opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline.

A new report shows that top C.E.O.'s were paid 331 times more than the average U.S. worker in 2013, and the poorest fifth of Americans paid twice the average tax rate as the richest 1%.

Jeremy Rifkin's new book, "The Zero Marginal Cost Society," brings welcome attention to the Commons – which lies at the heart of a major cultural and social shift now underway.

Unrestrained data collection by private companies and the government is threatening the very nature of how the Internet – and, likewise, the companies that populate it – was intended to run.

Naveed Shinwari hasn’t seen his wife in 26 months. He suspects it’s because he refused to become an informant for the FBI.

Revolts are shaking the world, bursting in the most unexpected places, but they rarely take power. Is the big explosion still coming?

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The Vermont Senate passed a bill to require labeling on all GMO foods sold in the state – signaling a wave of nationwide victories against the Gene Giants may be underway.

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A new Cold War has arisen between Russia and the U.S. over the future of Ukraine.

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From climate change to Crimea, the natural gas industry is supreme at exploiting crisis for private gain.

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A right-wing Canadian outfit funded by the Kochs wants to privatize the Canadian health care system – and Prime Minister Stephen Harper is now steering policy that way.

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How Government Subsidized the Fracking of America

Decades of federal support for natural gas drilling -- through R&D, mapping techniques, cost-sharing programs and billions of dollars in tax credits -- helped businesses commercialize the hazardous fracking landscape we have today.

On July 8, nearly 30,000 prisoners across the state began a third hunger strike, which may end up being the largest and longest in California's history.

From Edward Snowden’s bombshell revelations about the extent of state snooping, to the ongoing court martial of Private Bradley Manning, 2013 has become the year of the whistleblower.

Apple Pays Just 2% Tax on Overseas Profits

Apple paid just 1.9% tax in 2012. The U.S. corporate tax rate is 35%.

There is ample evidence about ways that local and federal law enforcement agencies, as well as the company responsible for building the Keystone XL pipeline, are working together to undermine peaceful political protest.

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