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Internal documents to reverse a proposed ban on chlorpyrifos offer no evidence that the agency considered the pesticide's damaging effects on children's brains. [Read More]
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Trump's Muslim ban takes on another form: making it difficult for Pakistani physicians to come to the United States and treat those most in need... [Read More]
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Just as with Cuba in 1962, the U.S. starts from the position that we must have the power to kill others, but they can't be... [Read More]
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"The increased targeting of civilian sites combined with the lack of humanitarian support is translating into a liability for Washington." [Read More]
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The City of Baltimore removed four statues honoring the defenders of slavery hours after President Trump praised white supremacists. [Read More]
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"Fifteen years ago, I actually went up against the Klan, and we won," said Doug Jones. [Read More]
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Much of the media has overlooked the fact that Trump doesn't like being forced to denounce racism for the very simple reason that he himself... [Read More]
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Defense Secretary James Mattis is producing some unique official transcripts. [Read More]
In the hard-to-access district of Khogyani, locals describe living with the fear of U.S. drones and say that civilian deaths drive people to join the... [Read More]
Mohammed bin Salman made the comments to former U.S. diplomat Martin Indyk. [Read More]
All of history shows that small, poor, weak countries do not start wars with gigantic, wealthy, powerful countries. It's the other way around. [Read More]
A small-dollar candidate in Illinois has racked up $1 million so far. How far can he go? [Read More]
The renowned former New York Times reporter will be reporting on national security and be the new director of First Look's Press Freedom Defense Fund. [Read More]
The impulse to curtail civil liberties in the wake of terror attacks, and blame those who defend them, is always wrong and dangerous. [Read More]
A black community in Texas filed a civil rights complaint with the EPA over pollution from an Exxon Mobil refinery. The EPA did nothing for... [Read More]
Had anyone simply listened to the people of Syria, the multiple tragedies of the past century might have been avoided. [Read More]
Sugar Grove lost the naval base that was its livelihood — but remains a looming NSA listening post... [Read More]
As opposition forces fight the government, allies of former president Chavez say his chosen successor is becoming authoritarian. And the U.S. role lingers. [Read More]
The bank has been billing unsuspecting customers for "optional" products. Jerry Lundegaard would be proud. [Read More]
Danielle Oxendine Molliver, who the state hired to consult with tribes about Enbridge Energy's Line 3 pipeline, resigned citing lack of transparency. [Read More]
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