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On Sunday, hundreds of people milled around a protest site in the gentrifying, densely-populated district Mong Kok, manning aid stations and sitting in small circles on the pavement.

The California city of Rialto saw an 88% drop in claims of police misconduct within one year of officers wearing cameras.

"Peoples' movements will either succeed in transforming our economic and political systems to build a new world, or we will burn with the old one."

Florida has the highest foreclosure rate in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2014, and also has a "foreclosure king" who is now disbarred for his failure to oversee employees accused of carrying out wrongful foreclosures.

More than 110 students were reportedly arrested by the military-backed authorities during the first days of the new academic year.

"What we are doing is taking back this bit of common land for a short amount of time to create a real debate – a real discussion that people want to be having.”

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“We wanted to take action to dramatize the betrayal of the American people and show that we will resist and attempt to disrupt or at least expose pro-corruption politicians' ability to raise big money.”

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After 13 years of militarized zealotry and fear-mongering in the name of fighting terrorism, Risen's new book, "Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War," unveils difficult post-9/11 truths.

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The oil giant, with $21.4 billion in 2013 revenue, is trying to buy upcoming municipal elections in Richmond that pit a pro-Chevron bloc of city council members against an anti-Chevron bloc.

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The Seattle festival showcases bold visions on the screen, with 50 films challenging societal structures through creative perspectives and a critical eye.

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On Saturday, Irvington Mayor Wayne Smith announced the township’s plan to “take” and revalue foreclosed homes at market rates for public benefit using the legal doctrine of “eminent domain” -- making it the second U.S. city to exercise the measure.

Why We Are Unstoppable

As the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street approaches, nonviolence and truth are exposing the destructive nature of the corporate state while nurturing the growth of a mass movement for justice and peace.

Our nation's mayors are acutely aware of the impact of predatory lending.

A Year After Ramarley Graham's Murder, a Movement Against Police Brutality Grows

The NYPD has led the way in police violence in America, paying a staggering $550 million to settle 8,882 lawsuits in 2011 alone.

Canada, the Surprise Pariah of the Kyoto Protocol

Some Canadians doubt whether their country should have any say in negotiating the second Kyoto Protocol after it became the only nation to reject the first one.