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'People Are Angry, Very Angry': Protests, Demands Grow in Turkey
Two-day strike planned to protest "the state terror implemented against entirely peaceful protests"
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We’re Being Watched: How Corporations and Law Enforcement Are Spying on Environmentalists
In February 2010 Tom Jiunta and a small group of residents in northeastern Pennsylvania formed the Gas Drilling Awareness Coalition (GDAC), an environmental organization opposed to hydraulic fracturing in the region. The group sought to appeal to the widest possible audience, and was careful about...
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Dissent as 'Terrorism': Targeting Public Protest in the Post-9/11 Era
New report finds Homeland Security 'apparatus' frequently turned against 'political and social dissidents'
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The 'Fight for 15' Grows: Fast Food Worker Strike Hits Detroit
Hundreds of workers walk off jobs on Friday in latest action decrying low-wage jobs, as movement shows no signs of abating
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Neither Admit Nor Deny: Big Business Allowed To Pay Millions to Avoid Jail
Record fines adding up to $36 billion have been paid out in the last 12 years by multinational corporations to the U.S. government to settle charges of corruption and fraud. But are they getting away with a slap on the wrist to avoid prosecution for major crimes? Just last month Ralph Lauren, the U...
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'The Gilded Age' Statistics Corporations Don't Want Workers, or Anyone, to See
Aggressive lobbying effort fights disclosure of just how big the income disparities are
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Tim DeChristopher: Champion of Climate Movement Released on Eve of Earth Day
Pioneering activist who inspired a new generation of civil disobedience celebrates 43rd Earth Day with freedom
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Majority in the US: Redistribute Wealth, Enact 'Robin Hood Tax'
New Gallup poll finds strong support for ending inequality plaguing the nation
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New York City to Pay Occupy Wall Street Damages for Violent Eviction
Settlement covers destroyed property from People's Library and more
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The Day's Most Insignificant Headline: Dow Hits All-Time High
Billionaires richer, stock market soars, corporate profits up... so why all the austerity for the rest of us?
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