Controversial Sheriff David Clarke Takes Post At Department Of Homeland Security By
Clarke is known for statements about racial justice activists, in one instance saying Black Lives Matter and the Islamic State (ISIS) were teaming up in a plot to destroy America.
Malware Built On NSA Tools Used In Massive Cyber-Attack Hitting 74 Countries By
Disruptions reported in at least 74 countries, including Russia, Spain, Turkey, and Japan, with some reports of U.S. infiltration as well.
‘You Betrayed Us’ Billboards Targeting Anti-Privacy Lawmakers Erected By
The ads encourage viewers to contact legislators' offices and ask why they voted to let broadband providers sell user data.
Ontario Announces North America’s First Test Of Universal Basic Income By
"We want to find out whether a basic income makes a positive difference in people's lives"
French Election Pits Far-Right Firebrand Against Investment Banker In Historic Runoff By
French voters shut out the country's political mainstream from the presidency for the first time in the country's modern history, and on Monday found themselves being courted across the spectrum for the runoff election.
Massachusetts Dems Battle Over Proposal To Condemn Illegal Israeli Settlements By
Some state Democrats are attempting to derail resolution that states that "Israel's settlements in the occupied West Bank are obstacles to peace"
Mattis Cites Iran As Reason US Will Assist Saudi Arabia In Bombing Campaign Of Yemen By
Since the war began in 2015, some 10,000 people have been killed, including 4,000 civilians, and roughly 3 million Yemenis have been displaced, according to the United Nations.
New Report Reveals Trump White House Taking ‘Marching Orders’ From CEOs By
'One of every five of the corporate executives who met with the Trump administration within the first 100 days represented the banking or financial sector.'
Nationwide #TaxMarch Rallies Planned To Demand Trump ‘Stops Hiding’ By
'President Trump has broken his promise to release his taxes raising doubts and casting shadows over countless actions taken by his administration.'
Report: Carbon Levels Could Hit Pre-Human, ‘Palms In The Arctic’ State By Mid-Century By
If fossil fuel use continues unabated, atmosphere could revert "to values of CO2 not seen since the early Eocene (50 million years ago)," new report finds.