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09.22 For-Profit Colleges as Factories of Debt

09.21 ‘Poor people don’t plan long-term. We’ll just get our hearts broken’

09.19 Texas proposes rewriting school text books to deny manmade climate change

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Health Care & Environment

09.23 World Bank Says Ebola’s Spread May Have Catastrophic Cost

09.23 Paul Krugman’s Errors and Omissions

09.23 Carbon map – which countries are responsible for climate change?

09.22 Bottom-Up Climate Fix

09.22 This Was the Warmest August in Known History [graphics]

09.22 Rockefellers, Heirs to an Oil Fortune, Will Divest Charity From Fossil Fuels

09.22 Climate change marches: Kerry cites fight against Ebola and Isis as thousands join protests

09.22 De Blasio Orders a Greener City, Setting Goals for Energy Efficiency of Buildings

09.21 After Surgery, Surprise $117,000 Medical Bill From Doctor He Didn’t Know

09.21 Climate warning to world leaders: stick to 2C limit or face 'mayhem'

09.21 Desmond Tutu: We fought apartheid. Now climate change is our global enemy

09.21 Thousands join People's Climate March around the world – live

09.21 Climate change is a global emergency. Stop waiting for politicians to sound the alarm

09.21 US will not commit to climate change aid for poor nations at UN summit

09.20 Climate Change: The Next Generation [25:26 video]

09.20 These Stunning Photos of Greenland's "Dark Snow" Should Worry You

09.20 Artificial Sweeteners May Disrupt Body’s Blood Sugar Controls

News Media

09.19 How the Media Gets It Wrong

Daily FAIR Blog
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Justice Matters

09.20 Financial Criminals Have Been Fined Billions, but They Rarely Pay

09.20 Science’s Sexual Assault Problem

US Politics, Policy & Culture

09.23 Google to cut ties with rightwing lobby group over climate change 'lies'

09.22 How the GOP stopped caring about you

09.21 Spatial Justice: Rasquachification, Race and the City

09.20 "Washington Is a Cesspool of Faux-Experts Who Do Bad Research"

09.20 Does Hillary Clinton Have Anything to Say?

09.19 Police Have a Much Bigger Domestic Abuse Problem Than the NFL

09.19 Chris Christie lies yet again. Tells press conference that Sirota was fired by Pando over inaccuracies

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Economics, Crony Capitalism

09.20 5 Signs the Dark-Money Apocalypse Is Upon Us

09.20 Climate Change Is an Opportunity to Dramatically Reinvent the Economy

09.18 Bill Black: The New York Times’ Coverage of EU Austerity Remains Pathetic

09.18 The Deficit Disaster That Never Was [charts]

09.18 Hey, FCC: do your job and stand up for net neutrality, not Big Cable schemes

International

09.23 Europe's Original Sin: What Asylum Policy Says about the EU

09.23 Russia Condemns U.S. Airstrikes on ISIS and al-Qaeda; Assad Approves

09.23 The Reluctant Loner President Builds a Coalition and Goes After Terrorists Across Syria

09.23 The Seething Anger of Putin's Russia

09.23 Sense on Stilts: Eight Graphs Showing a Quarter-Century of Wealth Inequality and Age Inequality

09.23 US confirms 14 air strikes against Isis in Syria [00:41 video]

09.22 Fleeing ISIS, 130,000 Syrians Have Entered Turkey in Just Four Days

09.22 How Sugar Daddies Are Financing College Education

09.22 What Happens When We All Live to 100?

09.22 Why I Hope to Die at 75

09.22 In a Mattress, a Fulcrum of Art and Political Protest

09.22 Syrian Kurdish fighters halt Islamic State advance near Kobani

09.21 Germany's Ailing Infrastructure: A Nation Slowly Crumbles

09.21 Mikhail Khodorkovsky breaks political silence, saying he would lead Russia

09.21 Kurds call on 'all Middle East' to help defend stronghold from Isis

09.19 How Malawi Women Are Turning Waste Into Wealth

09.19 5 Key Themes Emerging From the 'New Science of Cities'

09.19 The rapid pace of technology is hollowing out the middle class

09.19 Scotland votes no: the union has survived, but the questions for the left are profound

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