21 May 2018

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Forget “Earth-Like”—We’ll First Find Aliens on Eyeball Planets - Facts So Romantic

Artist’s conception of a hot Eyeball planet. The permanent day side is sun-baked and dry. The permanent night side is covered with ice. In between lies a...   [ continue reading...]

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Victory amid violence: on West Bengal panchayat elections

Trinamool Congress’s sweep in the West Bengal panchayat polls comes at a high cost   [ continue reading...]

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"Evil Is Fine Now": Google Ditches "Don't Be Evil" in Company Code of Conduct

Jessica Corbett, staff writerIs Google finally embracing its evil side? The company has reportedly stripped from its employee code of conduct a section outlinin...   [ continue reading...]

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Delphic priestesses were the world’s first political risk consultants

In 480 BCE, the citizens of Athens were in more trouble than it is possible for our modern minds to fathom. Xerxes, the seemingly omnipotent son of Darius the G...   [ continue reading...]

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Heritage on auction

The Red Fort in Delhi recently became the site of a different battle when it was “adopted” as part of a government scheme to privatise the maintenan...   [ continue reading...]

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After Santa Fe HS Shooting, Texas Lawmakers Have "Focused on Anything But Guns"

We look at the latest in a series of deadly mass shootings at U.S. schools: Friday morning in Texas, 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis entered Santa Fe High Sch...   [ continue reading...]

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72% of Democrats Say Opposing Trump Isn't Enough, Want Congressional Candidates to Push Progressive Agenda

Jessica Corbett, staff writerAmid congressional primary races and ahead of the November 6 election, a new poll found that 72 percent of Democrats and Independen...   [ continue reading...]

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Ugly Feuds, “Drunken Stupidity,” Paul McCartney, and a Race That Could Flip Congress

The race for veteran Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher’s Southern California seat is getting nastier as the June 5 primary nears. There’s already bad...   [ continue reading...]

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Soraya Chemaly on Mass Shootings: "Focus Should Be on Boys & Men Who Can't Take No for an Answer"

As details surface about the school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, Friday that left 10 dead, a familiar pattern has emerged: The shooter was a white male who had...   [ continue reading...]

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Yes, Virginia, There is a Deep State

Since the “Russiagate” probe began, US president Donald Trump and his supporters have used lots of bandwidth raging against what they refer to as th...   [ continue reading...]

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How Mohammed bin Salman Has Transformed Saudi Arabia

Rosie Bsheer In just a few years, the crown prince has seized unprecedented power and wealth, imposed brutal repression to silence critics, and furthered a rec...   [ continue reading...]

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As Trump-North Korea Talks Falter, South Korea Says 'Landmine' John Bolton to Blame

Jake Johnson, staff writerCharacterizing U.S. national security adviser John Bolton as a human "landmine," a South Korean has lawmaker reportedly joined others...   [ continue reading...]

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Taller than the trees

Japan’s elderly population is surging, and its birthrate is one of the lowest in the world. Concurrently, more women than ever are entering the workforce,...   [ continue reading...]

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Talkin’ bout a Revolution: a Response to the Breakthrough Institute

The Breakthrough Institute have published a response to my critical commentary on a recent post of theirs. Here I continue the debate, because I think...   [ continue reading...]

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What the Providence Teachers’ Union Needs for a Win

Teacher union strikes are back in the headlines this spring. Over the past several years, I’ve contributed a few columns to CounterPunch about the Provide...   [ continue reading...]

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From African American Voters to African Nations, Cambridge Analytica Wages ‘Cultural Warfare’

From its beginnings, the firm used African politics as a testing ground for influencing the behavior of the voting public.   [ continue reading...]

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Decades in Prison for Protesting Trump?

A Year and a Half Later, the J20 Repression Continues Right now, four people are on trial accused of multiple felonies related to protesting at the inauguration...   [ continue reading...]

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ZTE Lives! Thanks, Donald.

China recently invested $500 million in an Indonesian project that will feature Trump-branded hotels and a golf course. The investment looks like it’s alr...   [ continue reading...]

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Surprise! The Park Service Can Say “Climate Change” After All

This story was originally published by Reveal and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Backing away from attempts at cens...   [ continue reading...]

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Uncovering the Hidden Resistance History of Black Women Athletes

Dave Zirin Professor Amira Rose Davis has uncovered a history of athletic resistance.  The post Uncovering the Hidden Resistance History of Black Women At...   [ continue reading...]

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