Topic: Crime

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Why is the BBC presenting RUSI as objective analysts of the Middle East?

The ‘Royal United Services Institute’ has close links with the British state and its military establishment. The BBC should not present its analysis as apol...   [ continue reading...]

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How Sam Brownback Gutted Kansas: Life Under Right-Wing Zealot

Conservatives double-down on extremism as a state's economy continues to collapse. WMDs in Iraq, death panels in Obamacare, widespread voter fraud in A...   [ continue reading...]

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Dark Saudi-Israeli Plot to Tip the Scales in Syria

A quiet meeting this past March in Saudi Arabia, and a recent anonymous leak from the Israeli military, set the stage for what may be a new and wider war in the...   [ continue reading...]

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Sean Toon, Who Called Cops on McKinney Pool Party Teens, Murdered Animals in His Youth

The law-abiding citizen was a convicted felon when he was the age of the partygoers he was so concerned about. Sean Toon, the McKinney, Texas man who calle...   [ continue reading...]

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How Sam Brownback Gutted Kansas: Life Under a Right-Wing Zealot

Conservatives double-down on extremism as a state's economy continues to collapse. WMDs in Iraq, death panels in Obamacare, widespread voter fraud in A...   [ continue reading...]

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The Culture Wars Are Over—And They Aren’t Coming Back

Andrew Hartman’s new book A War for the Soul of America (University of Chicago Press) is an insightful—and, perhaps unavoidably in a book that...   [ continue reading...]

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Climate Change Has Left the US Exposed in the Arctic, Say Military Experts

This story originally appeared on the Guardian and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Political gridlock over climate change has le...   [ continue reading...]

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Armenia, memories of the land

A century after the genocide of the Ottoman Armenians, Vicken Cheterian goes in search of its living traces on the modern borderlands where Turkey, Syria and Le...   [ continue reading...]

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Why We Shouldn't Look the Other Way on Bush's Iraq War Crimes

Protesters gather at an anti-Bush rally at Whitehall, in London, England, June, 2008. (Photo: ckchiu / Shutterstock.com) Donald Rumsfeld is this generation's Ro...   [ continue reading...]

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NYPD Police Chief Bratton: Hiring Black Officers Is Difficult: 'So many have spent time in jail'

Bratton traces problem to "stop-and-frisk" but still backs "broken windows" policing. Hiring more non-white officers is difficult becau...   [ continue reading...]

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Georgia Woman Faces Murder Charges for Taking Pill that Allegedly Killed Fetus

Kenlissia Jones, 23, arrested and charged with malice murder under so-called ‘feticide’ law after giving birth on the way to the hospital to a fetus that la...   [ continue reading...]

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Will Albert Woodfox Be Freed? Louisiana Fights Release of Longest-Serving U.S. Prisoner in Solitary

Louisiana has delayed the release of former Black Panther Albert Woodfox, the longest-serving U.S. prisoner in solitary confinement, after appealing a judge's o...   [ continue reading...]

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At the ICC, there is no deterrence without resources

To deter atrocities, the ICC requires more diplomatic support, financial resources and logistical assistance from the Security Council. A contribution to the op...   [ continue reading...]

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America's War on Black Girls: Why McKinney Police Violence Isn’t About 'One Bad Apple'

Many have been quick to dismiss or make excuses for the shocking video out of Texas. Here's the truth of the matter. In just over two months, we will c...   [ continue reading...]

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War for Decades to Come? One Year After Islamic State Advance, US Could Send Hundreds More Troops to Iraq

The Obama administration is considering a plan to increase the U.S. presence in Iraq by sending 400 to 500 more military personnel as well as establishing a new...   [ continue reading...]

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'Young Turks' Host Hammers ‘Unbelievable Hypocrite’ Hannity and Conservatives For Backing Ex-McKinney Cop

Cenk Uygur calls out the Fox News personality and other conservatives over the pool party incident. Young Turks host Cenk Uygur lambasted conservatives lik...   [ continue reading...]

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Western-backed Terrorism in the Congo

In 2009, after years of bloody insurrection in Congo, General Laurent Nkunda was ‘arrested’ with great fanfare in Rwanda. Wanted for war crimes and...   [ continue reading...]

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Meet the F-Bomb-Spewing Ex-Cop Behind the NRA’s Move to Topple California’s Gun Laws

"The NRA asked me to keep my mouth shut, but I've never run from a fuckin' interview in my life," Edward Peruta barks into the phone. The 66-year-old Vietnam ve...   [ continue reading...]

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Eritrea: Scathing UN Report

Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email Eritrea should implement the recommendations of a year-long United Nations Commission o...   [ continue reading...]

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Watch Jeb Bush Defend a Campaign Ad That Exploited the Murder of a 10-Year-Old Girl

It was Jeb Bush's first campaign. In 1994, the 41-year-old son of the former president was the Republican nominee challenging Democratic Gov. Lawton Chiles. The...   [ continue reading...]

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