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Health Care & Environment

05.15 Investors urge fossil fuel firms to shun Trump's Arctic drilling plans

05.15 Almost half of Australian big business moving to renewables

05.14 California, battered by global warming’s weather whiplash, is fighting to stop it

05.13 'The Time for Single-Payer Is Now': Countering Corporate Lies, Doctors Run Ad Providing the Facts About Medicare for All [single-payer facts]

05.12 Analysis: 490,000 Pounds of Toxic Pesticides Sprayed on National Wildlife Refuges [why are non-organic, poisonous chemicals allowed in wildlife refuges?]

05.12 New technology could slash carbon emissions from aluminium production

05.12 Kinder Morgan pipeline: Al Gore joins fight to block 'destructive' project

05.11 Love the Bus, Save Your City

05.11 Costa Rica Will Become World's First Carbon-Free Country by 2021, New President Says

News Media Matters

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US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

05.15 Exclusive: how rightwing groups wield secret 'toolkit' to plot against US unions

05.13 Michael Bloomberg calls 'epidemic of dishonesty' bigger threat than terrorism

05.12 Ralph Nader to 'Decrepit' Democrats: Stop Scapegoating and Embrace a Bold Agenda

05.11 North Carolina County Changes Immigration Policy by Voting to Oust Its Sheriff

05.11 As Vice President Calls for Mueller to 'Wrap It Up,' Video Mash-up Shows Pence Echo Nixon on Watergate

Justice Matters
High Crimes?

05.14 ‘Slow genocide’: Myanmar’s invisible war on the Kachin Christian minority

Economics, Crony Capitalism

05.15 UM Foundation invests tens of millions in offshore tax havens [Why won't governments criminalize and prosecute major tax fraud anymore?]

05.11 Is Capitalism a Threat to Democracy?

05.09 How artificial intelligence is reshaping jobs in banking [oh my...]

International & Futurism

05.15 The borrowers: why Finland's cities are havens for library lovers

05.15 By ending the Iran deal, Trump has put America on the path to war

05.15 Trump threw a match into Jerusalem with no plan to put out the fire

05.14 Clashes erupt in Gaza as US Embassy in Jerusalem set to open

05.14 Palestinians do not want to negate Israel. We just want a future

05.14 US threatens European companies with sanctions after Iran deal pullout

05.14 Al-Qaida leader calls for jihad on eve of US embassy moving to Jerusalem

05.14 The core Isis manual that twisted Islam to legitimise barbarity

05.13 A broken idea of sex is flourishing. Blame capitalism

05.12 How Costa Rica Gets It Right

05.12 US faces European backlash against Iran sanctions

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