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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
An overwhelming majority of Internet users around the world—83 percent—believe that affordable access to the Internet should be considered a human right. That was among the findings of a survey by the think tank Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and conducted by global research company Ipsos. The results were presented Monday...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Kublalsignh during his 2012 hunger strike. (Photo via the Highway Re-Route Movement)
Environmental crusader Dr. Wayne Kublalsingh, who has refused food and water...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
"Even very ambitious mitigation" can't change the fact that the world has...

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They did it again! Despite massive backlash the last time they pulled this crap, Walmart is once more holding food drives with bins asking "associates" to "succeed" by helping out co-workers in need because the company that last year raked in profits of $16 billion - putting their combined worth at $148.8 billion - won't pay them a living wage. Last year, it was Ohio. This year, it's at least Oklahoma, with bake sales in Indiana. Many Black Friday protests coming. Fuck Walmart.