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03.30 Killing Jesus: Bill O'Reilly's film is touted as history. But facts aren't sacred to him

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Health Care & Environment

04.01 Limiting climate change could have huge economic benefits, study finds

04.01 This drug, banned in Europe, Russia and China, may be in your lunch

03.31 Instead of Trying for Better Veggie Burgers, Food Technologists Should Create Truly New Flavors

03.31 US set to pledge emissions cuts of up to 28% ahead of global climate treaty

03.31 Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben call on Paris to divest in Le Monde letter

03.31 Pesticide residue in fruits and vegetables associated with low sperm count

03.31 Using polio to kill cancer: A producers' notebook [7:35 video, plus selectable related videos]

03.30 California drought goes from bad to worse as state grapples with heat wave

03.30 Texas city opts for 100% renewable energy – to save cash, not the planet

News Media

03.30 Joe Firestone: The New York Times Soft-Pedals the Dangers of the TPP

03.28 The Reckless Man's Case for Bombing Iran

Daily FAIR Blog
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US Politics, Policy & Culture

04.01 How Red States Learned to Love the Gas Tax

04.01 Defying Criticism, Arkansas Legislature Passes Bill on Religious Freedom

03.31 Jeb Bush Defends Indiana’s Religious Beliefs Law

03.31 Who's pushing the 'religious freedom' legislation in states?

03.30 Republicans see Obama as bigger threat than Putin and Assad, says poll

03.30 Apple's Tim Cook calls out 'religious freedom' laws as discriminatory

03.30 Cutting the cord: a look at the pros and cons of quitting cable [As expensive, commercial-laden shows and movies get stupider, the choice gets easier]

03.29 Fracking Town’s Desperate Laid-off Workers: ‘They Don’t Tell You It’s All a Lie’

03.29 In Vote to Expand Social Security, 42 Democratic Senators Vote Yes While Every Republican Votes No

03.29 War budget might be permanent 'slush fund'

03.29 Which Companies Are Buying the Election?

Justice Matters

04.01 How Corporations Took Over the First Amendment

03.30 The Radical Humaneness of Norway’s Halden Prison

High Crimes?
Economics, Crony Capitalism

04.01 Los Angeles Pension Fund Gives Up to $40 Million Approval Authority to Hopelessly Conflicted Consultant, Hamilton Lane

04.01 An Unsettling Complicity

03.31 Shell cynically blocking action on climate change, says ex-diplomat

03.31 Barney Frank drops a bombshell: How a shocking anecdote explains the financial crisis

03.31 A Tax Break for Millionaire Yacht Owners

03.30 Class Struggle In The USA

03.30 The GOP has spoken: The wealthy and powerful could use more help | Editorial

03.29 Elizabeth Warren Strikes Back as Citigroup Tries to Blackmail the Democratic Party

International

04.01 What Austerity Looks Like Inside Greece

04.01 In Nigeria’s Election, Muhammadu Buhari Defeats Goodluck Jonathan

03.31 The Podemos revolution: how a small group of radical academics changed European politics

03.30 New Age Of Water Wars Portends ‘Bleak Future’ For The Middle East

03.30 Arab states plan joint Middle East force as Yemen conflict continues

03.30 Nigerian laureate Wole Soyinka laments ‘vicious, unprincipled’ election

03.28 Texas man who won hunting auction to be allowed to import black rhino trophy

03.28 Amazon Robot Contest May Accelerate Warehouse Automation

03.28 The Confused Person's Guide to Middle East Conflicts [an Escher-like graphic]

03.28 Portable media players give North Koreans an illicit window on the world

03.28 Saudi planes pound Yemeni capital in second night of bombing, witnesses say

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