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Things are heating up inside Wall Street’s new rental empire.

The legitimacy of the U.S. government is now in question. It is up to us to use McCutcheon to energize the movement against money-corruption of the government and economy.

Walmart and the Walton family receive tax breaks and taxpayer subsidies estimated at more than $7.8 billion a year – that is enough money to hire 105,000 new public school teachers.

In San Francisco and the Bay Area especially, the Heartbleed bug has put the issue of privacy and online security at the forefront of Internet activism.

The newspapers were awarded the highest accolade in U.S. journalism for their groundbreaking articles on the NSA’s surveillance activities based on the leaks of Edward Snowden.

If you can’t overthrow the government overnight, you might try to unseat a Congressman burdened with an atrocious voting record, something Carl Gibson shows us step-by-step how to do in his new book.

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A series of potential jurors voiced opposition to Occupy Wall Street as Cecily McMillan, 25, faces seven years in prison for assault.

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"Right now the future of Spain's youth looks pretty black. The country is not creating anything. With minimal job opportunities, many young people are going to other countries to find work.”

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The new 192-page book documents the activities of Occupy Austin and includes photographs of marches, arrests, assemblies, court trials, the camp itself and even law enforcement infiltration.

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New research finds that richest 0.1 percent of Americans have doubled their share of the pie, dramatically expanding their portion of the country's wealth in three decades.

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A retired coal miner in eastern Kentucky recently sent me an early Christmas card warning. “Whatever you do,” he wrote, “I prefer dirty coal from Santa Claus instead of the annual drivel of ‘Christmas in Appalachia’ pity.”

To millions of Egyptians, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is a hero who saved Egypt from the Muslim Brotherhood and is now battling a war on terror. Could he be the country's next president?

And there’s only so much governments are willing to do about it.

From the Coalition of Immokalee Workers to Occupy Our Homes, these groups are galvanizing communities to action nationwide.

Occupying the Department of Justice: "Let's fucking stand our ground."

The Tuesday action tapped into a vein of energy which some have said the Occupy movement initially missed with its focus on economic issues. Participants saw Occupy the DOJ as a key coalition-building event to bring people of color into the wider movement, which has often been criticized for being too white.

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