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Feds Reject Removal of Northwest Dams That Threaten Salmon
A report says that the Snake River proposal would destabilize the power grid, increase greenhouse gas and double the risk of power outages.
Court Puts Breaks on Move to Make Asylum Seekers Wait in Mexico
While it may only be temporary, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling is a major setback for Donald Trump's anti-immigration policy.
First, They Came for Assange
The U.S. government has labeled a journalist and publisher an "enemy of the people." Anyone familiar with history knows how this story ends.
Robert Reich: Bernie Sanders Is Not George McGovern
Democrats convinced that the Vermont senator would lose to Donald Trump vastly underestimate the risk of nominating a so-called moderate.
Julian Bond Was a Radical Long Before MLK
A new book shows how the activist's positions on issues like the Vietnam War and environmental justice helped move civil rights leaders left.
The U.S. Military's #MeToo Reckoning That Wasn't
America has looked the other way amid a child-rape epidemic in Afghanistan. It's a scandal that speaks volumes about our imperial project.
Virus Outbreak Has Earmarks of a Global Economic Crisis
The list of countries touched by the illness climbs to nearly 60 as more than 83,000 people worldwide fall ill. Over 2,800 have died so far.
Teachers Demonstrate How to Save America's Public Services
Educators in St. Paul, Minnesota, may walk off the job in March in an effort to shift the politics over what the public funds.
U.S., Taliban Set to Sign Afghanistan Peace Deal
The pact sets the stage for U.S. troop withdrawal more than 18 years after George W. Bush ordered bombing in response to the 9/11 attacks.
Apple Won't Allow Movie Villains to Use iPhones
"Knives Out" director Rian Johnson explains why the bad guy in his latest film isn't using any of the tech company's products.
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