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Super-Sized Inequality: Fast Food CEO Millionaire Pay Outpaces Workers 1000:1
Fast-food industry wage disparity largest in the economy and expected to rise even further.
Suit Charges FBI Used No-Fly List As Retribution Against Muslim Men
Muslim-Americans say FBI used list to coerce them into informing on their communities.
Despite Israel’s Threat, Palestinian Unity Pact Announced
Political dispute between PLO and Hamas declared "over" after seven years, but skepticism remains over its true impact on Israeli occupation.
Family Wins Fracking Suit In Legal Blow To Industry
Attorney: "I’m really proud of the family that went through what they went through and said, ‘I’m not going to take it anymore.'"
FCC To Propose Pay-For-Priority Policy, Killing Net Neutrality
DFL Senate Candidate Pushes Obama To Approve Keystone Pipeline
Obama To Russia: More Sanctions Are ‘Teed Up’
Costa Rica Demanding US Explain ‘Cuban Twitter’ Actions
KKK Forms Neighborhood Watch To Complement Police In Pennsylvania Town
To draw attention to the KKK’s efforts, members have passed out fliers to promote the new endeavor. For instance, one flier assures Fairview Township residents that they can sleep
Analysis: America’s Middle Class Falters As Nation’s Richest Rise
Report shows low and middle income earners falling behind comparable countries.
Judge Orders Disclosure Of CIA Torture At “Black Sites”
Defense for Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri argues harsh interrogation measures have 'tainted' case against Guantanamo detainee.
Does Climate Apathy Hinge On ‘Pervasive’ American Stupidity?
New survey highlights connection between political and religious affiliations and scientific beliefs
California Bill Reignites Affirmative Action Fight
Soldier Faces Hearing In Killings Of Iraqi Boys
Analysis: Weak US Hand In Ukraine Confrontation
Nearly a quarter century after the Cold War ended, the crisis in Ukraine symbolizes the weak foreign policy hand the United States often finds itself playing despite its status as the
UN Heads Say Syria Aid Needs ‘Largely Unanswered’
US Drones Continue ‘Massive’ Operations In Third Day of Attacks
A flurry of deadly strikes continues.
Navajo Advocates Make Push For Junk Food Tax
Spain’s ‘Robin Hood’ Funded Anti-Capitalist Movement with Bank Swindle
In recent interviews from the lam, Enric Duran predicts 'transformation of the state and capitalism as we know it today'
Teen Stowaway Shows Holes In Vast Airport Security
US Weighs Curbing Deportations
A Little-Known Toxic Threat ‘Underfoot’ In North Carolina
Coal ash used as landfill is a 'silent, lurking issue that’s not getting any attention'.