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GMO profiteers have an unusual marketing strategy – while most companies brag about their product, the GMO industry spends hundreds of millions to hide their product.

The foreclosure crisis of this century, fueled by racially discriminatory predatory lending, forced hundreds of thousands of residents out of the city.

New figures reveal that public banks are safer for depositors, allow public infrastructure costs to be cut in half – and provide a non-criminal alternative to a Wall Street cartel caught in a laundry list of frauds.

Tens of thousands will be demonstrating at more than 2,200 Walmart locations across the country, calling for a minimum wage of $15 an hour for Walmart workers and access to consistent, full-time work.

A new Financial Times survey shows the majority of UK voters believe that instead of using harsh public cuts to peel back the deficit, other forms of extravagant government spending should be abolished.

They meet behind closed doors, at five-star hotels, away from the prying eyes of the public.

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This was the biggest scandal to ever hit the land recordation system in this country, and those who were responsible should be held accountable.

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Over 300,000 Internet users contributed to our crowdsourced vision for free expression online in the 21st century. What matters most to the Internet community? Watch this animated video to find out.

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The worldwide protest sentiment is not going away anytime soon.

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The Nordic nation of 5.6 million has been at the forefront of wind power innovation since the 1890s, when one of its leading scientists, Poul la Cour, began testing turbines.

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It's been over a month since 18-year-old Vonderrit Myers, Jr. was killed by a St. Louis police officer.

According to new research, the richest one-hundredth of one percent of Americans now hold over 11 percent of the nation’s total wealth – a higher share than the top .01 percent held in 1929 before the Great Crash.

Proposed legislation would eliminate erratic scheduling and extend protections to part-time employees.

With a $150 million World Bank loan, the Ugandan government plans to construct roads to service oil companies, provide scholarships for oil workers and fund an oil institute. But what about helping its own people?

While celebrating the historic anniversary in Prague on Monday, thousands of Czechs called for President Zeman to step down.