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Current conditions in places like Ferguson could trigger a new wave of racial unrest in economically depressed black suburbs, and perhaps later in impoverished inner cities across America.

After successfully forcing officials to halt the water shut-offs, a new mass rally in Detroit is planned for Aug. 29, when the state-enforced city bankruptcy trial begins.

Female employees at the bottom of the income scale are making too little to support their families – and some at the nation's biggest retailer are taking to the streets to demand a change.

Monday's coordinated protests across Britain highlighted the dangers of fracking and the corrupt web of corporate and government power pushing the process against public will.

Arizona State University’s Defense Department-sponsored data-mining algorithms would enhance CIA "signature" drone strike targeting.

Like other water-related crises this year in West Virginia and Detroit, the poisoning of Toledo's water is tied to corruption at the highest levels of state government by corporate special interests.

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Public university-paid social scientists identify "threats" from mass movements and Muslim NGOs on behalf of U.S. military intelligence.

Posted 2 days 17 hours ago

An Austin grand jury asserts Perry abused his official powers by promising – then carrying out – a veto on $7.5 million in funding for public corruption prosecutors.

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"I’m an engineer, not a politician. I don’t want the stage. I’m terrified of giving these talking heads some distraction, some excuse to jeopardize, smear, and delegitimize a very important movement.”

Posted 5 days 16 hours ago

America now has a domestic police force that looks, thinks and acts more like an invading and occupying military than a community-based force to protect the public.

Posted 5 days 15 hours ago

A series of teacher strikes over pensions, pay and conditions in England and Wales are the most recent example of larger nationwide resistance to austerity and privatizations.

The mother of three helped drive the DOJ's settlement with Home America Mortgage and its parent company for alleged fraud bilking HUD's mortgage program designed to encourage home ownership.

Last year's UN Conference on Trade and Development study offers a comprehensive analysis of the challenges and strategic approaches to deal with hunger and poverty, poor health and nutrition, climate change and environmental sustainability.

To the west of London, next to Europe's largest airport, a visit to Grow Heathrow shows an eco-village bustling with organic alternatives as U.K. squatters meanwhile block the airport's expansion.

Bradley Manning: A Tale of Liberty Lost in America

Over the past two and a half years, much has been said about Bradley Manning but nothing has been heard from him. Until last week.

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