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10.19 NAACP Calls for No More Charters Until Privatized Schools Face Same Standards as Public Schools


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Health Care & Environment

10.21 Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump on science, energy, and the climate

10.21 That's 4 straight debates without a single question on climate change. Good job, everyone.

10.21 Bottled Water or Tap: How Much Does Your Choice Matter?

10.21 We are approaching the Trumpocene, a new epoch where climate change is just a big scary conspiracy

10.21 Global warming continues; 2016 will be the hottest year ever recorded

10.21 Onshore windfarms more popular than thought, UK poll finds

10.21 Europe's offshore wind industry booming as costs fall

10.20 Climate Change Got Exactly 2 Seconds of Time in the Final Debate


10.20 Toxic products cost the US $340 billion a year

10.20 Air pollution more deadly in Africa than malnutrition or dirty water, study warns

10.19 Hottest September on Record Basically "Locks In" 2016 as Hottest Year: NASA

10.18 The past two weeks are a perfect illustration of what “solving” climate change will look like

10.17 This new technology could save the troubled nuclear power industry

10.17 Neoliberalism is creating loneliness. That’s what’s wrenching society apart

10.17 Planned Parenthood is 100 years old, but the fight for reproductive rights goes on

10.17 Use of strongest antibiotics rises to record levels on European farms

News Media Matters

10.21 Naomi Klein and Glenn Greenwald Tackle Ethics of WikiLeaks' Podesta Emails [32:21 audio clip]

10.21 Foreign journalists on 2016: ‘Is this the demise of objective American journalism?’

Daily: FAIR Blog
The Daily Howler

US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

10.21 Will 2016 Mark the Return of the Blue Dog Democrat? [Dems willing to do anything but look left for support]

10.20 Seven races that could flip the Senate: Trump’s impending defeat may lead to a down-ballot massacre

10.20 Donald Trump refuses to say if he will accept election result in final debate [videos]

10.19 The Popular Populist

10.19 How the 'Losers' in America’s Trade Policies Got Left Behind

10.19 Paul Ryan: If Republicans Lose the Senate, Bernie Sanders Wins

10.19 To Build the Political Revolution, Grassroots Group Endorses 22 "People's Candidates"

10.19 Sanders Champions Colorado Single Payer Effort as Model for Nation

10.19 'Unforgivable': Women Blockade Trump Campaign Offices Nationwide

10.19 With No Illusions, Says Climate Leader, Clinton Must Be Elected—Then Fiercely Confronted

10.19 Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face fear and loathing at third debate

10.18 Ascendance of Paul Ryan and Hillary Clinton Equals Big Win for Big Business

10.18 In Town for Pramila Jayapal, Bernie Sanders Booed at Mentions of Hillary

10.18 How Trump's Casino Bankruptcies Screwed His Workers out of Millions in Retirement Savings

10.18 Sanders and Warren: First Vanquish Trump, Then Mobilize for 'Political Revolution' [1:12:25 video]

Justice Matters


10.20 Mass incarceration in America, explained in 22 maps and charts

High Crimes?
Economics, Crony Capitalism

10.21 Capitalism Is Doomed — Without Alternatives, So Are We

10.21 Debate Moderators Under the Spell of Deficit-Obsessed Billionaire Pete Peterson

10.20 Here’s the Trade Policy That Progressives Should Get Behind

10.19 Prop. 51 Versus a State-Owned Bank: How California Can Save $10 Billion on a $9 Billion Loan

10.18 The privilege of being privileged


10.20 Elon Musk says fully self-driving Tesla cars already being built

10.19 Everything You Need to Know About the Momentous Habitat III

10.17 Break the Silence: Hillary Clinton’s Role in the 2009 Military Coup in Honduras [sadly, we believe Trump would have done even worse for a bigger bribe]

10.17 India's comic-book superheroine trains her powers on acid attacks

10.17 An insider's guide to Beijing: caged birds, smog and internet satire [1:15 audio clip]

10.17 'A bus in a traffic jam? It's as unjust as it once was not to allow women to vote'

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