Local News & Opinion
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Books, Films, Arts & Education
05.22 Robert Reich: Bernie Sanders could save higher education [2:55 video]
Ref. : Letters to the editor
Health Care & Environment
05.24 Denton, Texas, banned fracking last year – then the frackers fought back [It's Texas, so...]
05.24 California oil spill company under local, state and federal investigation [Non-public infrastructure is stupidly neglected, too]
05.24 Where the River Runs Dry
05.23 Altering Course [long book review]
05.23 Organic farming 'benefits biodiversity' [The opposite of GMO focus on yield only]
US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'
05.24 Multiple arrests in Cleveland after officer in case of 137 police shots is acquitted [Here we go again]
05.23 Edward Snowden: NSA reform in the US is only the beginning [0:58 video: 'When you monitor everyone, you understand nothing']
05.21 Elephant Watch
Economics, Crony Capitalism
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