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78 percent of beginning farmers polled by the National Young Farmers Coalition list lack of capital as the biggest challenge they face when trying to start up their own farm.

Newly revealed documents offer rare insight into how Koch’s philanthropic operation prods academics to preach a free market gospel in exchange for cash.

The department was given equipment to fight terrorism but it's now being used to fight local communities.

Organizers haven't been shy about their underlying intentions: using the September march in Manhattan as a platform on which to build an international environmental social movement unlike any previously seen.

"We know it is fraud. They know it is fraud. We look to anyone brave enough to stand up and defend the rights of the people," says homeowner defender Sherry Hernandez.

If you want to fully understand the game at play in the bankruptcies and privatization of public assets in Detroit, Argentina, and Europe, play Monopoly.

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In exonerating two climate activists, Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter said climate change was "one of the gravest crises our planet has ever faced," and he found political leadership on the issue "lacking."

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Britain’s political system is broken to the point where many people in Northern England actually want to join Scotland to escape austerity measures.

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As the world prepares to converge on New York City in a mass call for climate justice, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will honor David H. Koch, a 4-star general in the dirty energy industry’s war against planet Earth.

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SeaChange: We All Live Downstream is a two-week journey by boat that's raising awareness and generating community activism around climate issues before people hit the streets in Manhattan.

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Eight "construction workers" in blue coveralls and yellow hard hats made their way up an unsecured scaffolding in D.C. to unfurl a huge banner condemning the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Techtivist Report: A Pivotal Moment for Internet Freedom

The United Nations is planning to take over the Internet. No joke.

"The Untouchables": How Obama Let the Bankers Get Away Free

A new PBS Frontline program, "The Untouchables," centers on the Obama justice department's failure to make a single arrest or prosecution of senior-level Wall Street bankers whose crimes and fraud took down the economy.

Occupy Fresno celebrates 246 days of continuous occupation.

This week in Occupy, Scott Walker is sadly still Wisconsin’s governor, a judge ruled the indefinite detention provision of the NDAA to be unconstitutional, Occupy won major victories in New York and Seattle, Occupy Fresno became the longest-running encampment in the country and everyone who was anyone wrote the Movement’s obituary.

Between February 2010 and July 2011, Lisa and Bob Parr filed 13 complaints about air pollution from gas and oil operations near their ranch in Wise County, Texas.

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