Australia

Jon Queally, staff writer
Independent journalist Emily Atkin argues that while it's "great" that a small sex toy company is doing what it can to help address the devastation in Australia, it should not go unstated just how problematic it is. (Image: Geeky Sex Toys / Instagram)
Journalist Emily Atkin explains why a sex toy company's "silly" fundraising effort makes a serious point about who should be paying for destruction largely caused by the fossil fuel industry.
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Activists for climate action rallied
" These fires, heatwaves, and droughts are not just unprecedented—they're the...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Chris Dickman of the University of Sydney said "without any doubt at all" the...

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Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, the former middleweight boxer who spent 20 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit, is dying. Heartbreaking in itself, but then this: His last wish is to get justice for David McCallum, jailed 29 years ago after a dubious murder conviction based on a recanted confession and no forensic evidence - to Carter a verdict, like his own, "predicated on racism rather than reason." Carter is asking a newly elected D.A. to "look straight in the eye of truth" and reopen the...