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Chevron Whistleblower Leaks Tapes Showing Intentional Oil Spill Coverup
In 2011, Amazon Watch received a mysterious package from a Chevron whistleblower. No return address, just dozens of DVDs and a note: “I hope this is useful for you in the trial against Texaco/Chevron! Signed,
VIDEO: Cop Knocks Woman Unconscious In Front Of Her Daughter By
“She was absolutely unconscious. There were a couple of other gentleman in the store with me and we were saying ‘is she breathing?’ Because at first we weren’t seeing her stomach
Carl Bernstein On Journalists, Politicians And MintPress News As The Future Model Of Journalism By
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter and author Carl Bernstein says ideology and partisanship is keeping politicians, journalists and the public from looking for "the best
California Bill To Force Vaccination Of School Children Just Passed Senate Committee By
What do you think? Is this bill state encroachment on personal freedoms, or is this a matter of public safety?
Police Supporters Destroy Mike Brown ‘Memorial Tree’ By
"The tree was dedicated by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association on Saturday, but was found vandalized on Sunday morning.”
Occupy.com Interviews Mnar Muhawesh Of Mint Press News By
Occupy.com speaks with the editor in chief of Mint Press News, Mnar Muhawesh about the alternative media revolution, her work, and her life as an activist entrepreneur - from death
Automakers Say You Don’t Really Own Your Car By
John Deere even argued that letting people modify car computer systems will result in them pirating music through the on-board entertainment system.
Lawsuits Show Gov. Contractors Intentionally Jailing The Poor For Profit By
New lawsuits show that government hired contractors are squeezing the poor for every dollar they can, and seemingly squeezing any semblance of justice out of the U.S. legal system.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio Admits To Secret Investigation Of Judge’s Wife By
It was not immediately clear what consequences Arpaio could face over the private investigator. Federal law prohibits anyone from trying to attempt to intimidate or inappropriately
Good News For Consumers As Comcast, Time-Warner Mega-Merger Fails By
'FCC seems to have heard the nearly one million Americans who have told Washington that the proposed merger helps only the people in the executive suites of Comcast and Time Warner