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LIVE Saturday, June 30 at 11AM ET: We’re taking to the streets to say that #FamiliesBelongTogether – and demanding that we reunite families and end family separation and detention.

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A Fatal Incompatibilty: Big Business and Human Survival

on June 30, 2018

Dramatic as the title of the article is, it is becoming increasingly clear that this is not hyperbole or hysterics. It is the only logical conclusion one can arrive at if one analyses the facts of our current situation as a species. Commerce has existed for thousands of years, with private and government-owned companies providing […]

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“One of my books of essays was dedicated to those who have learned to divorce hope from reason,” says author, Arundhati Roy. “I think it would be very very sad if we just looked around us and felt hopeless.”

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Pakistan Grants New Extension Before Forced Returned Of Afghan Refugees

on June 30, 2018

The Pakistani government says it has granted another extension to a deadline for the forced repatriation of some 2 million Afghan refugees. The prime minister’s office on June 30 said the federal cabinet decided “to grant an interim extension of three months to the registered refugees present in the country.” It added that the issue […]

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Trump Allies Tell Paris Rally ‘End Of Regime’ Near In Iran

on June 30, 2018

Close allies of U.S. President Donald Trump told a Free Iran rally in Paris that the end of the Iranian regime is near and that sanctions against the country will be “greater, greater, and greater.” “We are now realistically being able to see an end to the regime in Iran,” said legal adviser Rudy Giuliani […]

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American History for Truthdiggers: The Forgotten and Peculiar War of 1812

on June 30, 2018

“A Scene on the Frontiers as Practiced by the Humane British and Their Worthy Allies.” This 1812 American propaganda image depicts British officers paying Indians for American scalps. The British viewed the Native Americans in a completely different way. And the natives saw the Brits as much less of a threat than the more populous […]

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A tribute to Robert Parry, the founder and editor of Consortium News, was held in Berkeley last month. Here is the video of the event and excerpts from the speakers who celebrated Bob’s life. By Rick Sterling Event Photos by Bill Hackwell A celebration and salute to the investigative journalist and publisher Robert Parry took […]

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There are two interesting details in Zoe Tillman’s coverage of yesterday’s Paul Manafort hearing. First, she noted that Uzo Asonye — the local AUSA Mueller added to the team to placate TS Ellis — asked for an extra week for the trial, which Ellis pushed back against. Ellis said he expected to keep the trial […]

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FIFA Fines Russian, Serbian Soccer Federations After Fans Display Racist Banners

on June 30, 2018

World soccer’s governing body has fined the Russian and Serbian federations after racist banners were displayed by fans during recent World Cup matches. FIFA said on June 30 that a neo-Nazi banner was shown during the Russian squad’s 3-0 loss to Uruguay earlier this week in Samara. The Russian federation was ordered to pay around […]

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Thousands Protest Across U.S. Against Trump Immigration Policy

on June 30, 2018

WASHINGTON — Thousands of people have rallied in the U.S. capital and in cities across the United States, protesting President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, including one that separates immigrant families. Hundreds of demonstrations were scheduled across the country, amid mounting anger about the policy which has resulted in thousands of migrant children being separated from […]

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NSA Deletion of Call Records Is Raising Questions

on June 30, 2018

WASHINGTON—The National Security Agency is deleting more than 685 million call records the government obtained since 2015 from telecommunication companies in connection with investigations, raising questions about the viability of the program. The NSA’s bulk collection of call records was initially curtailed by Congress after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents revealing extensive government […]

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Planned Parenthood’s Union Busting Could Have a Chilling Effect for Workers Everywhere

on June 30, 2018

Students Push for Restorative Approaches to Campus Sexual Assault “Bring the War Home”: A Timely Investigation of the White Power Movement EU’s Debt Deal Is “Kiss of Death” for Greece As Interest in Democratic Socialism Surges, Ocasio-Cortez Explains to Colbert What a “Moral” Economy Would Look Like How $1.8 Billion in Unregulated Digital Ads Could […]

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Unions Have Been Down Before, History Shows How They Can Come Back

on June 30, 2018

Students Push for Restorative Approaches to Campus Sexual Assault “Bring the War Home”: A Timely Investigation of the White Power Movement EU’s Debt Deal Is “Kiss of Death” for Greece As Interest in Democratic Socialism Surges, Ocasio-Cortez Explains to Colbert What a “Moral” Economy Would Look Like How $1.8 Billion in Unregulated Digital Ads Could […]

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