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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Human activity has brought the planet's life-supporting systems to the brink of tipping points, causing an "alarming" loss in biodiversity and critical threats to the services nature has provided humankind. So finds the newest state of the planet report (pdf) from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), which offers a damning look on the health of the...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Locking in at least another decade of U.S. military entanglement, the United...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Argentine pesos (Photo: Alex Proimos/flickr/cc)
Argentina charged U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa with "excessive judicial...

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Oh so heartbreaking to hear of the suicide - or death from moral injuries - of Jacob George, 32-year-old farmer, musician, activist and veteran of three tours of Afghanistan who came home shattered by post-traumatic horror he insisted was not a disorder but a basic human response to the inhumanity of war. George fought hard to heal - riding his bike 8,000 miles to sing and speak, seeking peace with comrades and Afghans, and on his best day hurling medals back to the generals who broke him.