Showing posts from August, 2012

No Justice When Women Fight Back

Amy Goodman Questions Top GOP Donor David Koch: Does Concentration of Wealth Subvert Democracy?

Glenn Greenwald on the Justice Dept.’s Rejection of CIA Torture Prosecutions After 3-Year Probe

'Continuing Impunity': No Charges for CIA in Detainee Torture, Deaths

Striking South African Miners Charged with Murder After Police Kill 34

Facing Grand Jury Intimidation: Fear, Silence and Solidarity

Assange row: Hague says 'no solution in sight'

Failures of Obama administration opened door to far right revival

Matt Taibbi: The Secret to Mitt Romney’s Fortune? Greed, Debt and Forcing Others to Foot the Bill

L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa & GOP Latino Leader Mario Lopez on Immigration Reform in 2012 Race

Massacre: Up to 80 Yanomami in Venezuela killed by Brazilian gold miners

They Love the Lies Paul Ryan Tells

Challenging Big Labor to Fight for a Living Wage

Chicago Teachers Give Notice of Strike

Canada Orders US Soldier Who Fled War Deported

Iran's Khamenei Calls for 'Nuclear Free Middle East'

Tunisia to Reject Odious Debt

Comedian, Author Baratunde Thurston on Vote Suppression & Romney’s 0% Support from African Americans

Rachel Corrie’s Parents Denounce Israeli Military Exoneration for 2003 Killing in Gaza

Our Hunger Games

She's Just an Easy-Bake Oven: How the GOP and the Anti-Choice Movement See Women

Iran opens nonaligned summit with calls for nuclear arms ban

How the US and Israeli Justice Systems Whitewash State Crimes

Court: Israel at No Fault for Death of Rachel Corrie

'Rachel Corrie ruling a black day for human rights'

Rachel Corrie lawsuit result 'dangerous precedent' say human rights groups

Court Rules Israel Is Not at Fault in American Activist’s Death

Medical Journal Raises Questions About Medical Abuse at Guantanamo

George W. Bush as Hurricane Isaac

Days of Rage: The Quebec Student Protest Movement and the New Social Awakening

Hard Travelin' With Henry Rollins: An Exclusive Interview

NYPD: Empire State victims hit by police gunfire

Refinery blast kills 39 in Venezuela, dozens hurt

The Harsh Politics of Rape Pregnancy

First man on moon Neil Armstrong dead at 82

Truthout Interviews Chris Hedges About Why Revolt Is All We Have Left

Toyota’s gender-bending win

The Bizarre, Unhealthy, Blinding Media Contempt for Julian Assange

"Subversives": How the FBI Fought the 1960s Student Movement and Aided Reagan’s Rise to Power

Was Bay Area Radical, Black Panther Arms Supplier Richard Aoki an Informant for the FBI?

Elisabeth Murdoch takes aim at brother on media morality

Lance Armstrong says won't fight doping charges; will lose titles

Court bans some Apple, Samsung products in South Korea

Getting Rid of Dubya Wasn't Enough. The US Remains a Bully

Montreal Students Protest Continue

California Supreme Court Throws Out Medical Marijuana Dispensary Ban

Wall Street Tightens Grip on Public Water as Local Residents Suffer

US 'should hand over footage of drone strikes or face UN inquiry'

Gaza Reacts to Egyptian Tunnel Closures

Election 2012: Dreams of a Vote Deferred?

Robert Reich: The Fanatical GOP

Ecuador Grants Julian Assange Asylum; U.S. Seen as "Hidden Hand" Behind U.K. Threat to Raid Embassy

Victims Fight for Justice After DEA Operation Leaves Four Dead in Honduras

The Invisible Wounds of War: Number of Soldiers Committing Suicide Reaches Record High

With Romney-Ryan, GOP Becomes Grand Old Private-Equity Party

Sikh Community Activist Simran Jeet Singh: After Wisconsin Attack, I Refuse to Live in Fear

Death penalty on trial: should Reggie Clemons live or die?

Akin Defies GOP Pleas to Exit Missouri Senate Race Before Deadline After Rape Comments Spark Uproar

Forcible Murder is a Heinous Crime (in Support of Todd Akin)

The Five Most Under-Reported Stories of the Summer

Former DHS Analyst Daryl Johnson on How He Was Silenced for Warning of Far-Right Militants in U.S.

The Hollowing Out of America, Up Close and Personal

Ecuador president warns UK not to enter embassy to seize Julian Assange

AT&T: Pay Me, Screw Net Neutrality

New Report: America Trashes Forty Percent of Food Supply

USDA Closes Slaughterhouse After Video Showing 'Sickening' Animal Cruelty

Glencore declares drought good for business profits

US Court Throws Out EPA Coal Pollution Rule

Cultural Miseducation: Knowledge, Power and Ethnic Studies

No Person Shall Be Deprived of Life, Liberty or Property… Unless the Oil and Gas Industry Says So

Jewish settler attacks on Palestinians listed as 'terrorist incidents' by US

Human Rights Critics of Russia and Ecuador Parade Their Own Hypocrisy

Japan's Katrina Moment

Youth Activists Come Together to Build a Movement for Student Power

WikiLeaks and Free Speech

Exclusive Truthout Interview: Sioux Spiritual Leader Speaks Out on Land Sale at Sacred Site

Many New York City Teachers Denied Tenure in Policy Shift

UNESCO warns that Brazilian capital's architectural delights in danger of falling prey to development

Peace Laureates Call on NBC to Cancel New Show: 'War Isn't Entertainment'

Israel Kicks Out Migrants – By Changing Their Nationality and Sending Them to Another Country

US War On Whistleblowers Must End: Official Statement by Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy

Striking South Africa miners given ultimatum

U.S. Court Upholds Status Quo on Gene Patents

Dozens killed in South Africa mine shooting

African lives cheap as ever

Bahrain jails activist for three years over protests

The New Totalitarianism of Surveillance Technology

The Life of An African Is Expendable

Organisation of American States to hold meeting next week following Ecuador's decision to grant asylum to Assange

Two American soldiers killed by Afghan ally hours after Taliban leader boasts of "green on blue" threat

Two American soldiers killed by Afghan ally hours after Taliban leader boasts of "green on blue" threat

Pussy Riot verdict sparks worldwide protests

Pussy Riot Verdict: Guilty

Ecuador Defies UK/US Pressure, Gives Assange Asylum

Occupy Movement Inspires Conversations About Criminalizing Homelessness

Cover-Up of Civilian Drone Deaths Revealed by New Evidence

Fund the Arts to Create Beauty and Meaning in America

Boston's Logan Airport 'Rife' with Racial Profiling: Report

Ecuador Grants Julian Assange Asylum

The US and Honduras

Behind Oak Creek, Divided Families Endure

Racial Profiling Rife at Airport, U.S. Officers Say

Bradley Manning treatment in 'flagrant violation' of military code – lawyer

Manning Defense Calls for Dismissal of Charges over Cruel and Unusual Punishment in Detention

Scores Killed in Iran after Two Devastating Earthquakes

Caravan for Peace: Mexican Victims of Violence Take Aim Against US Firearms

Thousands evacuated in Spain forest fires

Schools Without Playgrounds, Children Without Childhood, a Future Without Hope

US Post Office Considers Bringing Back Banking Services

Undue Influence: The Power of Police and Prison Guards' Unions

General Petraeus and the Drone War

Earthquake in Iran puts deathtoll at 250

Classified Life: Sibel Edmonds' Story

Three Thousand San Francisco Janitors Prepare for a Strike

Major Banks Help Clients Hide Trillions in Offshore Tax Havens

Gehry, Gang and other leading architects urge Emanuel to save old Prentice Women's Hospital

NYPD to Launch Expansive Citywide Surveillance System, For a Profit

UN Should Get Rid of Cholera Epidemic That It Brought to Haiti

Fire destroys Missouri mosque in second blaze at the Islamic center in 5 weeks; no injuries

Group Exposes Practice of Adding Synthetic Preservatives to 'Organic' Baby Formula

The Koch Brothers Go After Actor Zach Galifianakis and the Film "The Campaign"

Return Your Eagle Scout Badge

News Corporation posts $1.6bn loss as phone-hacking legal fees stack up

Mr. President, the Elephant in the Room Is Not a Republican

Tom Waits: Hell Broke Luce

Interpol issues notice for arrest of Sea Shepherd founder

NOAA: July Was Hottest Month Ever in US

Appeals Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping

Companies are set to pay $8 billion to settle charges of ripping off the government, though no CEOs have been charged

Bill Moyers: Suppressing Votes by Law

Journalist ends up in handcuffs after photographing arrest in New York

Interview With the Green Party's Jill Stein, Candidate for Organizer in Chief

New House Bill Tries to Save Medical Marijuana Dispensaries From Justice Department Crackdown

Harry Truman's grandson attends ceremony marking 67th anniversary of attack on Hiroshima

Turning College Students Into Commodities

Drone Attacks Only Create More Enemies for the US

The LIBOR Scandal: Why is it Scandalous?

Shootings at a Temple Test the Founding Faith of America

Sikh Temple Shooter Identified: US Veteran Wade Michael Page

Gunman's tattoos lead officials to deem Sikh shooting terrorism

Chaos and Carnage: At Least 7 Dead after 'Domestic Terrorism' at Wisconsin Sikh Temple

The Top Five Most Hypocritical Corporate Sponsors

The Dangers of ‘Football Brain’

Handmaidens to Barbarity

Goldman Sachs will invest nearly $10 million in a New York City jails program

The Bomb and the Drone: The Grim Reaper Keeps Taking Its Toll

Chick-Fil-A: ‘Not the Freedom The American Dream Promises’

Flight of the teddy bears lands Belarussian generals in hot water

Despite Promises, Colombia FTA Does Little to End Abuse of Labor Activists