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Right-Wing Militiamen Aquitted In Armed Takeover Of Malheur Refuge
The standoff at a wildlife refuge in Oregon was never branded "domestic terrorism" by authorities or the media.
Hillary Clinton Finally Weighs In On Dakota Access Pipeline By
Response comes the same day militarized police forcibly cleared hundreds of water protectors from protest site.
US Warplane Attacked School Near Iraqi Mosul, Casualties Reported By
"The number of civilian casualties will only increase."
Female Veterans Release Anti-Trump Ad By
“The problem with Blue Falcons, like Donald Trump, is they get you killed.”
UK Police Six Times More Likely To Stop And Search Black People By
Black people in Britain are more likely to be stopped and searched by police than white people, according to new official figures.
Evidence Reveals Possible Link Between Voting Machines And Clinton Foundation By
According to OpenSecrets, the company who provided the alleged glitching voting machines is a subsidiary of The McCarthy Group, a major donor to the Clinton Foundation.
Facebook Lets Advertisers Exclude Users By Race By
Facebook’s system allows advertisers to exclude black, Hispanic, and other “ethnic affinities” from seeing ads.
CETA: Canada Has Challenged The EU’s Chemical Regulations 21 Times By
Canada – like the United States – takes issue with the European approach to regulation, which is described as the ‘precautionary principle’.
Florida University Students Latest Victims Of On-Campus Racism By
Students at Florida Gulf Coast University were greeted by “kill n*****s” and a drawing of a man hanging from a tree on a classroom whiteboard.
Trump Adviser Says Israeli Settlements ‘Not Illegal’ By
Contrary to Trump camp's statements, Israeli settlements are a violation of international law,