Inside Stories
Your Thanksgiving Leftovers Could Be Helping To Stop Antibiotic-Resistant Diseases
Labeling on turkeys can be confusing and misleading, but buying an organic, humanely-raised turkey offers clear benefits.
Despite Efforts, Thousands Of Vets Across The Country Remain Homeless
Studies show that homeless veterans are disproportionately black or Hispanic, and overwhelmingly male, but some cities are already seeing positive results from recent campaigns to end homelessness among the country’s veterans.
The ‘Grinch’ That Stole Water: Nestlé Illegally Bottles 68,000 Gallons Of Water A Day In Drought-Stricken California
“In 2014 alone an estimated 28 million gallons were ... sold under Nestlé’s Arrowhead brand,” noted one environmental group that’s suing the company for illegal bottling.
Over 1,000 People Killed By Police Since The Beginning Of 2015
Just 34 police officers have been shot during the same time period, and one criminal justice blogger called 2015 “the second safest year for police ever.”
In Mali And Rest Of Africa, The U.S. Military Fights A Hidden War
Since 9/11, U.S. military efforts on the continent have grown in every conceivable way, from funding and manpower to missions and outposts, while at the same time the number of transnational terror groups has increased in linear fashion, according to the military.
University of Texas Professor Compares Palestinian Activists To Terrorists After Tense Protest
The Palestinian Solidarity Committee have retained a lawyer and filed a formal complaint with the university, saying their safety and right to free expression are being suppressed.
Religious Persecution In The US: Who Really Suffers? (Opinion)
Those who blame Islam for the violence in Paris, or anywhere else where Daesh (commonly referred to in the media as ISIS or ISIL) operates, are as ignorant and wrong as anyone who would blame Christianity for atrocities committed by members of Christian groups.
AUDIO: France Played Major Role In Creating ISIS Through Destabilizing Syria & Libya
MintPress editor in chief, Mnar Muhawesh joins Nick Bernabe, founder of The Anti-Media, to dissect the Paris terror attacks and NATO members' role in creating ISIS through arming fascist rebels in Libya and Syria.
Valletta Summit Highlights Discrepancies In EU, African Priorities On Refugee Crisis
“I think it is better to invest in people than weapons,” Luxembourg’s prime minister told journalists ahead of a migration summit, highlighting what would be a major point of divergence between European and African representatives in attendance.
Israeli Documentary Exposes Myths Of Six-Day War, While Perpetuating Them
As glorious as Israel has made its victory in the 1967 War sound, “Censored Voices” presents the brutal accounts of the soldiers who lived through the war that was neither miraculous nor a historical event out of character in the course of Israeli history.