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Report: Conn. Police More Likely To Taze Non-Whites
The report comes as police across the U.S. face heavy scrutiny over their use of deadly force against blacks.
Klan Sees Resurgence, Leaders Cite Growing ‘Nationalist’ Sentiment
Klan leaders say Donald Trump's immigration position and his ascendancy in the GOP are signs things are going their way.
Mexican Activist Says NAFTA Should Act As A Warning Against TPP
Opponents warning that the is designed with the interests of transnational capital in mind and will only lead to greater misery and inequality.
US May Soon Vet Social Media Accounts Before Granting Travel Visas
Department of Homeland Security says collecting social media data will "provide greater clarity and visibility to possible nefarious activity"
Lithuania Denies Existence Of Secret CIA Prison Before Human Rights Court
Lithuania denied in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) that the country hosted to a secret US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) prison, where terrorist suspects allegedly were
New Poll Shows 7 Out of 10 Americans Actually Agree On Something
Recent poll finds 71 percent of Americans believe U.S. economy is rigged.
Conservative Christians Grapple With Whether ‘Religious Freedom’ Includes Muslims
US Spec Ops Forces Photographed In Syria Wearing Kurdish Rebel Patches
Photos of the service members made public Thursday had outraged the Turkish government, which believes the Kurdish rebel group to be a terrorist organization in Turkey.
Crowded London Muslim Shop Fire-Bombed As Post-Brexit Hatred Rages Out Of Control
The spike in crimes is no surprise given that Leave supporters often made their case throughxenophobic and racist language, rather than serious conversations about the economy or the
Latest Poll Shows Trump Riding Wave Of ‘Hatred’ To Tie With Clinton
Brexit serves as troubling backdrop to latest U.S. election polling numbers.