Fifteen towns approved a resolution that would establish a bank that works for people of Vermont, not Wall Street.
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Senator Dianne Feinstein openly accused the CIA of spying on congressional staffers as they investigated illegal detention and interrogation programs under George W. Bush.
Daniel Ashman is asserting lawful necessity, a legal argument that allows you to break laws to uphold or prevent far worse crimes.
Once again, the U.K. capital's house prices are soaring, further widening the gap between the city's rich and poor.
Live from Russia, it's Edward Snowden.
A massive land grab has once again turned our homes into dangerous financial products.
After a surprise Defense Ministry ruling enabling armed forces in Brazil’s streets, members of Congress are now pushing a bill that defines terrorism in vague terms – to frighten protesters and quell public dissent ahead of the World Cup.
We must keep checks on evasive government agencies.
A security company collects data from license plate readers and shares it with police and federal law enforcement, no warrant needed.
It's the first U.S. state to pass legislation criminalizing photography inside factory farms.
If the police are adapting their arrest tactics, we should adapt our own tactics to protect innocent people from unlawful arrest, imprisonment, and costly court dates and attorney fees.
What we need is a mass movement that fights to defend the little guy against corporate greed and corrupt politicians. What we don't need is for Occupy Wall Street to turn into the hipsters of the protest world.
Occupy Homes helped an Air Force veteran and his wife stave off foreclosure by U.S. Bank, which refused to modify the terms of their mortgage.
A Moscow appeals court on Wednesday released Yekaterina Samutsevich, one of the three jailed members of the punk band Pussy Riot, but maintained that the other two women must serve the remainder of their two-year jail term in a Russian prison colony.