13 May 2017

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#We: Trump Tweets One Word and the People's Internet Does the Rest

Common Dreams staff"#We want a president that represents the interests of the people of American and the world, not just the ultra wealthy."   [ continue reading...]

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Will A Mob-Connected Hustler Be The First Person To Spill The Beans on Trump's Russian Ties for the FBI?

It sure looks that way. Is a former Mob-connected hustler—a real estate developer who in 2010 worked on the same floor as Donald Trump as his &ldquo...   [ continue reading...]

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What would a world without barriers to feminist solidarity look like?

Citizenship is a duty that transcends borders. Jennifer Allsopp reports for 50.50 from the first day of of th...   [ continue reading...]

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Sleazy spat revives Paul Berman’s role as ‘liberal intellectual who whored for Bush’s war’

Paul Berman's claim that Eric Alterman is blackmailing him over sexual correspondence has had the good effect of exposing Berman's continued evasion of the fact...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump Is Audaciously Trying to Privatize Native American Land

Click here for reuse options! Trump has had a very spotty past with Native America tribes. Each and every da...   [ continue reading...]

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Israeli sniper kills unarmed Palestinian protester during demonstration in occupied village of Nabi Saleh

Israeli forces killed unarmed Palestinian Saba Obaid, 23, yesterday during the weekly Friday protest in the occupied West Bank village of Nabi Saleh. He was sho...   [ continue reading...]

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Why we are not eating: the Yale graduate student hunger strike

Precarious and underpaid graduate student-workers at Yale have gone on a fast to demand that university administrators recognize and negotiate with their union....   [ continue reading...]

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Bangladesh: Where Heavy Metal Dies at the Doorstep

Heavy metal fans in Bangladesh were heartbroken after Brazilian death metal bands Krisiun and NervoChaos were forbidden from performing at their sold-out concer...   [ continue reading...]

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To Regain People's Trust, the Democratic Party Must Support Single-Payer

Medical bills are a leading causes of bankruptcy, even for those who carry insurance. (Photo: Pixabay) $300 billion over 10 years. That's how much the wealthy...   [ continue reading...]

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The Caveman Guide to Parenting - Facts So Romantic

Just as Paleo dieters assume a mismatch between human biology and the food culture of the postindustrial West, Paleo parents believe that modern parenting habit...   [ continue reading...]

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The dubious friends of Donald Trump — an investigation by Dutch public television

    The Omroepvereniging VARA, the VARA Broadcasting Association, is a Dutch public broadcasting association that operates within the framework of the...   [ continue reading...]

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More Secrets of Human Ancestry Emerge From South African Caves

Evidence of Homo naledi's age suggests we need to rethink our understanding of human history and evolution. The post More Secrets of Human Ancestry Emerge Fro...   [ continue reading...]

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Yemeni Government Rejects Southern Autonomous Council

The Yemeni government rejected the new council formed by several senior figures that seek the secession of southern Yemen, saying it would deepen divisions. The...   [ continue reading...]

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No Desk Duty This Time: Cop Quickly Charged in Murder of Unarmed Teen

Nina Turner: After lying about what happened, Roy Oliver was fired then booked on murder charges in connection to the shooting death of 15 year old Jordan Edwar...   [ continue reading...]

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In Tunisia, Thousands March to Protest Corruption Amnesty Law

The draft law allows businessmen to reveal stolen funds and repay them. Some estimate that $ 3 billion could be initially returned under the law. The post In Tu...   [ continue reading...]

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US Beef Exports to China Will Resume. Who Remembers Why They Stopped?

Click here for reuse options! After the first mad cow, things got worse. US Cattlemen and agriculture professio...   [ continue reading...]

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How Photography Shaped Narratives of Vietnam War

An interview about war and propaganda with the photographer of one of the most iconic images of the Vietnam War. The post How Photography Shaped Narratives of...   [ continue reading...]

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Anticipating Pakistan’s Arguments at the ICJ in Kulbhushan Jadhav’s Case

With the first hearing of Jadhav's case set for May 15 at the Hague, there are three possible primary arguments that Pakistan can make. The post Anticipating Pa...   [ continue reading...]

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National Security Agency Tools, Built Despite Warnings, Used in Global Cyber Attack

By Nadia Prupis / Common Dreams Disruptions have been reported in at least 74 countries, including Russia, Spain, Turkey and Japan, with some reports of U.S. in...   [ continue reading...]

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Blogging at the time of dictatorship

The Tunisian Internet Agency is responsible for harming national memory. Questions need to be answered and those r...   [ continue reading...]

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