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900 environmental activists have been killed in the past decade – but only 10 perpetrators were convicted, report says.

Social movements and electoral movements, which are imperative for nonviolent social change, should work together.

In state capitols from Maine to Oregon, environmental advocates are filing bills to identify and ban noxious chemicals, and industry groups are fighting back.

As many as 17,000 people will die directly as a result of their states refusing to expand Medicaid.

Life in tent encampments, vehicles, motels, and storage units - REAL CHANGE focuses on four men who sell Real Change News, a street newspaper in Seattle. Follow ROBERT, GEORGE, DANIEL, and BUDDY as they navigate the less visible side of homelessness in America. Despite their struggles, they persevere. Each sells newspapers to get by.

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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In All the Presidents' Bankers, Nomi Prins writes a painstakingly researched history of the financial industry's collusion with the White House to create a self-serving United States financial policy.

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Do As We Say, Congress Says, Then Does What It Wants

Congress exempts itself from a number of laws that apply to the private sector and the executive branch.

SLAPPed, Arrested, Deemed Eco-Terrorists: TransCanada Blockaders Persevere

Nonviolent blockaders of the Keystone XL pipeline have been met with pain compliance tactics, felony charges, a SLAPP suit which uses the language of "eco-terrorism" and what amounts to a police state surrounding their tree village in Winnsboro, Texas.

If Occupy Wall Street protesters get arrested for blocking a bridge to make a larger point about economic injustice, then every member of the N.J. governor's administration should receive at least the same treatment, if not face greater charges.

The new deal may be illegal under rules of the E.U. Parliament, but it is being rushed through to lock taxpayer and depositor liability into place before the dire state of Eurozone banks is exposed.

Amina, a 19-year-old who hoped to join the radical protest group Femen, is also threatened with death by stoning.

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