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Competing Marches Bring Hundreds of Thousands to Streets of Venezuela
Pro- and anti-Maduro demonstrators continue weeks of protest
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For Drug Corporations, Aiding the Sick and Poor Is Bad Business
As Big Pharma argues that patents fuel innovation, critics say drug monopolies must go
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Exposed: The CIA's Clandestine Operations in Colombia
Washington Post investigation exposes 'multibillion dollar black budget' underlying CIA role in targeted killings, surveillance, torture
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'Spoiler Alert': NYT's Rapid-Fire Review of Snowden Docs Questioned
'Gutting over a dozen serious stories from rivals,' paper accused of 'spoiler' journalism
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Portrait of the NSA: No Detail Too Small in Quest for Total Surveillance
The NSA gathers intelligence to keep America safe. But leaked documents reveal the NSA's dark side – and show an agency intent on exploiting the digital revolution to the full
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Fireball Hits Sky as Train Carrying Crude Oil, Gas Derails
13 cars derail near Edmonton, workers continue to fight flames, explosion
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Second 'March Against Monsanto' Expected Saturday
Don't let the world 'be compromised by the destructive practices of multinational corporations like Monsanto,' warn organizers
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US Urged to Curb Militarization in Latin America
WASHINGTON - The United States needs to phase down its drug war and tighten the reins on its cooperation with local militaries and police in Latin America, according to a new report released here Wednesday by three influential think tanks. Of particular interest is the increase in training...
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A New Raw Deal: Corporations to Profit While Workers, Planet Pay the Price
'The TISA negotiations are largely an effort to ensure greater corporate profits at the expense of workers, farmers, consumers and the environment.'
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Will Big Labor Pick Fight Over Obama's Corporate-Friendly Trade Deals?
AFL-CIO and Teamsters talk big when it comes to so-called "free trade" agreements, but will they put their political muscle into fighting back against corporate globalization?
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