Showing posts from September, 2015

Black Activists Host Venezuelan President Maduro in Harlem

Richard Glossip Execution Stayed By Oklahoma Governor

Noam Chomsky on the Potential for Ordinary People to Make Radical Change

New Data Reveals Stark Gaps in Graduation Rates Between Poor and Wealthy Students

Bernie Sanders Tells the Truth: Former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich on His Surging Campaign

Ahead of Airstrikes, Russia Warned US To Stay Out Of Syrian Airspace

Obama’s Self-Deceit, Bold-Face Lies and Coercion

The Superpower as Victim: Three Exceptional Facts About America

A Voice for Dalit Women in India: Ruth Manorama Speaks Out Against Caste-Based Discrimination

Obama & Putin Spar at U.N.: Will Regime Change in Syria Further Destabilize War-Torn Nation?

Flooding Financial District, SF Activists Shut Down 'Climate Profiteers'

The Refugee Crisis Is Rooted in the West's Policies

Jamaica demands slavery reparations from Britain

Elizabeth Warren: 'Black Lives, Black Citizens, Black Families Matter'

Journalism is Not a Crime: Freed Al Jazeera Reporter Peter Greste Seeks Pardon from Egypt

Sex, drugs & lies: DEA agents stay on job despite serious misconduct, internal records show

Shell Calls It Quits in the Arctic

Shell halts Alaska offshore drilling project

Parents Stage Hunger Strike to Demand Answers One Year After Disappearance of 43 Mexican Students

Pro-independence parties in Spain projected to win absolute majority in Catalan elections

Top Pope Advisor Says Vatican Will Not Divest From Fossil Fuels

Pope Calls UN to Focus on Climate Solution Not Just Commitments

Cities Are Finally Treating Water as a Resource, Not a Nuisance

Austerity is Smokescreen for Class War Against Poor, Says Yanis Varoufakis

In Philadelphia, Pope Francis challenges Americans to live up to their ideals

Volkswagen Blames Emissions-Cheating Scandal on Low-Level Technicians

One Year On, Thousands Demand Justice for Missing Ayotzinapa Students

Going Solar Just Got Easier

A Secret War in 135 Countries

Inside Exxon’s Great Climate Cover-Up: From Early Climate Change Researcher to Epic Climate Denier

Female Priests Stage Die-In Outside D.C. Church Urging Pope Francis to Open Priesthood to Women

Mecca stampede: 717 people killed, 863 injured in Hajj crush

Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigns

Pope Francis in the USA: Calling for Revolution of Tenderness, Pope Touches Down in Richest Nation

Native Groups Protest Pope Francis’ Canonization of Junípero Serra over Role in California Genocide

Singing Her Own Song for Decades, Buffy Sainte-Marie Picks Up Prestigious Prize

Anatomy of Volkswagen’s deception: The recall that never fixed any cars

Hundreds of federal workers request audience with Pope

Cornel West says Bernie Sanders an Insurgent on Par with Jesse Jackson

The Case of a Clock: America's School to Prison Pipeline Personified

Pope Francis in Cuba: "The World Needs Reconciliation in This Atmosphere of a Third World War"

Syriza Retains Rule But Troika's "Financial Terrorism" Holds Power in Greece

The Fight For Dyett: What It Teaches Us and Why It Matters

Jackie Collins, Novelist Who Wrote of Hollywood’s Glamorous Side, Dies at 77

California Moves to Regulate Medical Marijuana Industry

A-List Actress Gets Offered Less Than Half Of Her Male Co-Star, Says No Thanks

Bernie Sanders Introduces Bill to Ban Private Prisons

Mother of GM Crash Victim Ask Why Is Justice Dept. Allowing GM Write a Check to Get Away with Murder?

Ralph Nader on Failure of U.S. to Prosecute Car Executives

Protesters gather in Downtown Manhattan for Occupy Wall Street anniversary

Tim DeChristopher on the Demand to End All New Fossil Fuel Leasing on Public Lands and Oceans

Former Secretary of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee Regrets Obama Award

Powerful quake shakes Chile's capital, causing buildings to sway

Chile earthquake: massive 8.3 magnitude tremor strikes Santiago

‘American occupation should be blamed for the rise of ISIS’ says Russian Envoy to UN

Syria's Assad blames West for refugee crisis

Flash floods kill at least 15 in Utah

Secret DEA Sting in Bolivia Confirms Evo Morales’ Suspicions About U.S. Meddling

Bianca Jagger: Shell's Arctic Oil Drilling is Obama's Mortal Sin

2 students killed in Houston school bus crash

Seattle Strike Enters Fifth Day as Teachers Protest Testing Policies, Racial Inequity & Low Wages

Al Gore criticizes Obama on climate change and 'insane' Arctic drilling

US Navy Finally Agrees to Back Off Sonar Testing in Key Areas

'If you are worried about refugees, stop supporting terrorists' says Syrian President Bashar Assad

Creating a Solution to Stress in the Classroom

Police seek 'person of interest' after history professor killed in Mississippi

New polling shows Bernie Sanders ahead of Hillary Clinton

Jeremy Corbyn Elected as U.K. Labour Leader on Antiwar, Pro-Refugee Platform

Conservative Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Ousted by His Own Party

Germany re-imposes border controls to slow migrant arrivals

Australian PM Tony Abbott asked to step down by senior ministers

Colleges Flush With Cash Saddle Poorest Students With Debt

Challenging War and Austerity, Corbyn Sails to Victory in UK

Across Europe, Tens of Thousands Rally to Welcome Refugees

Security guard shoots and kills person at Union Station

107 dead after crane collapses at world’s holiest mosque in Mecca

Palestine Recognized by United Nations, as Flag Flies High

The Republicans Are Now Officially the Party of White Paranoia

Seattle Teachers Go on Historic Strike

"Victory for People’s Uprising": Bill McKibben on University of California Divestment from Fossil Fuel

Bernie Sanders overtakes Hillary Clinton in Iowa

California Passes Sweeping Climate Change Bill

California lawmakers approve right-to-die bill

California Becomes First State to Label Monsanto’s Roundup As a Carcinogen

Explosions reported as 'hazardous material' fire rages in Phoenix

IT will take McDonald's in U.S., Canada ten years to switch to cage-free eggs, by 2025

How the Billionaire Kingpins of School Privatization Got Stopped in Their Own Backyard

How the US Set Sail on a Sea of Red Ink

Prison Gets Rich Locking Up Preschoolers

Russia to produce VW engines for European market

"There is No Safe Place": Syrian Refugee Recounts Harrowing Journey by Boat to Escape Violence

German Lawmaker says at the Root of Refugee Crisis are Wars Led by the United States in the Middle East

The Silent Crisis of Aging

Revisiting Hurricane Katrina: Racist Violence and the Politics of Disposability

New Report Rejects Mexican Government’s Story About the Disappearance of 43 Students from Ayotzinapa

When Big Data Becomes Bad Data

Pope Francis calls on every European parish to host a refugee family

In 'Win for Public Schools,' Wash. Supreme Court Rules Charter Schools Unconstitutional

Oil Slurry Spill on Mississippi River Illustrates Need to Move Beyond Fossil Fuel Economy

Web of Secrecy Surrounds Federal Half-a-Billion Handout to Charter Schools

Chicago Hunger Strikers Enter Day 19 Challenging Rahm Emanuel’s Push to Privatize Public Schools

As Major Culprit in Creating Crisis, US Rebuked for Failing Refugees

President of Turkey says West only interested in oil in Iraq & Libya, slams refugee crisis response

'Victory for the People' as Guatemalan President Resigns in Disgrace

Kentucky clerk jailed for refusing to recognize gay marriages

Guatemalan President Resigns in "Huge Victory" for Popular Uprising

The Rebellion Against Standardized Tests Is Exploding

U.S. police slayings raise pressure on officers at time of tension

A dead baby becomes the most tragic symbol yet of the Mediterranean refugee crisis

After Mass Hunger Strikes & Lawsuits, Prisoners Force California to Scale Back Solitary Confinement

Protests in Baltimore as Freddie Gray death hearing begins

After lawsuit over 3 years of violent abuse, Ashley Diamond released from prison

Thanks to Industrial Pollution, 90 Percent of Seabirds Have Plastic in Guts

After Year in Jail, Former State Senator Condemns Mass Incarceration

Two Separate Americas: David Simon’s New Mini-Series Looks at "Hypersegregation" in Public Housing

Manhunt on for 3 suspects in shooting of Illinois cop