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Public to FCC: Stop the Merger
Giant companies like Comcast can cause all kinds of trouble. So when they try to get even bigger, you know there’s more trouble coming. This week, tens of thousands of people — along with dozens of public interest organizations, media companies and competitive telecom providers — spoke out against...
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Full Spectrum Dominance: US Policy From Iraq to Ukraine
The co-opting of the western press and the looming suicide of the European Union
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Modeling CIA Torture, ISIS Waterboarded Those It Captured: Report
Sources quoted by the Washinton Post say ISIS "knew exactly how it was done" as it employed brutal techniques also approved by Bush administration
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Iowa Legislator Pleads Guilty to Taking Bribes from Ron Paul's Campaign
Former state senator admits he accepted and lied about money from Rep. Ron Paul
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Final Piece of Texas Law Will Further Slash Access to Abortion
After the last provision goes into effect September 1, there will be just six to eight legal abortion providers in a state of more than 26 million people.
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EU-US Trade Deal Lets Corporate Interests Steamroll Food Safety, Groups Warn
In letter to EU Trade Commissioner, groups write that leaked TTIP chapter shows 'agribusinesses in the driving seat' at expense of fair, safe food
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Decade of Court Cases Quietly Wiped from Online Database
PACER removes electronic copies of cases from five US courts with no warning in 'upgrade' to new system
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Inequality: A Broad Middle Class Requires Empowering Workers
On Labor Day, families gather, politicians pay tribute to values of hard work, and some workers even get an extra day off. But this Labor Day arrives with working families struggling to stay afloat. Working family incomes haven’t gone up in the 21st century. Inequality reaches new extremes...
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Victory Declared as Supermarket Standoff Ends With Worker-Friendly CEO's Return
"Never, in the history of people going to work, will so many people be so happy to punch the clock."
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Bernie Sanders: I Want To Know If Ordinary People Are Ready to Stand and Fight
US Senator from Vermont is touring the country to capture the pulse of populist sentiment and to see whether or not hunger exists for a real 'political revolution'
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