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Saudi journalist, Global Opinions columnist for the Washington Post, and former editor-in-chief of Al-Arab News Channel Jamal Khashoggi offers remarks during POMED's "Mohammed bin Salman's Saudi Arabia: A Deeper Look." (Photo: POMED/Flickr/cc) News
While President Continues to Play Dumb on Murder, 2016 Reporting Shows Saudis Only Blacklisted Khashoggi After Journalist Criticized... Trump
"So the Saudis murdered a journalist they previously banned for speaking badly about Trump, and now Trump refuses to condemn them for it."
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'Tough on Crime' Jeff Sessions Touts Plummeting Corporate Crime Enforcement Like It's an Achievement
Attorney General's time at the Justice Department has resulted in near-record low white-collar crime prosecutions
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That was the story most journalists missed, in some cases because the story handed to them limited the historical scope of what was at stake in anti-pipeline protests. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Why Coverage of Indigenous Issues Is So Lousy
Indigenous perspectives, plural because there are many, have always been missing to our understanding, whether it’s about pipelines, land rights, racism or music
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Democrats Face Ridicule and Ire for Letting GOP Ram Through Six More Right-Wing Judges
"The ability of Senate Democrats to keep making the same strategic error over and over again is, in its own way, quite impressive."
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For Next Weapon in Anti-Protest Arsenal, US Military Building Plasma Gun Capable of Vaporizing Human Flesh
At its highest setting, the new laser weapon would painfully vaporize the outer layer of skin from 100 meters away. Also, this so-called "non-lethal" weapon can kill people.
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I’m still mired in the past, shaken by the spectacle of the Kavanaugh hearings, and pulled across the decades into the darkest crevasses of my memories. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
The Kavanaugh Hearings Just Won't Leave Me Alone
The media’s moving on, but I’m not
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Hurdles surrounding the vetting of voter information may impede participation in close contests on Election Day. (Photo: Keith Ivey/flickr/cc) Views
Voter Data Suppression Is GOP’s Latest Anti-Voter Tactic
Arizona and Georgia are leading examples
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Iqbal Khyber and Badshah Khan bring a breath of fresh air. (Photo: Dr Hakim) Views
Nonviolent Afghans Bring a Breath of Fresh Air
We have all been smoking the cigarette of war, despite the evidence on its cancer-causing nature. What we should do is to quit smoking. Quit the human behavior of war!
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Less Than Year After GOP Tax Scam, Six Biggest Banks Already Raked in $9 Billion in Extra Profits
Wall Street's latest earning report provides further evidence of "just how rigged the system is against working people and the middle class."
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As Trump Accused of Conspiring With Saudis Over Khashoggi Murder, Dems Demand Full Disclosure of Financial Ties
It appears the president "is assisting a foreign government in a conspiracy to obstruct justice in the political murder of a resident of the United States, and it is fair to say that he's doing so because to do otherwise would be detrimental to his personal business interests."
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