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08.17 LeBron's radically different vision for public education is what we need

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Health Care & Environment

08.18 US interior secretary's school friend blocking climate research, scientists say

08.18 Weedkiller found in wide range of breakfast foods aimed at children

08.18 Blow for EPA as court blocks bid to slacken safety rules for chemical plants

08.16 Extreme temperatures 'especially likely for next four years'

08.14 As America Burns From Climate Change, Trump Officials Attend Denial Conference to Discuss Why Climate Change is Fake [stunningly stupid—killing everything to maximize fossil asset profits]

08.13  Sweltering cities  Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C

08.11 Toxic Corruption: The Chemical Industry Keeps Pulling EPA's Strings

08.11 'It's heartbreaking': Killer whale continues carrying dead calf for 'unprecedented' length of mourning [extinctions like this can be minimized if humans try...]

08.10 Banning Single-Use Plastics: Can Armenia Take Out the Trash for Good?

08.10 'Major Victory for Public Health': Court Orders Trump EPA to Ban Pesticide That Harms Kids' Brains

08.10 Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand will ban plastic bags

News Media Matters

08.16 The Guardian view on the press and Trump: speaking truth to power

Daily: FAIR Blog
The Daily Howler

US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

08.18 Democrats Should Finally Put Superdelegates Behind Them

08.18 'He Belongs in The Hague': MSNBC Slammed for Handing Erik Prince Megaphone to Sell Trump (Again) on Privatizing Afghan War

08.18 This mafia style of government makes Trump a role model for all autocrats

08.17 Democrats Gather in Chicago: Elite Party or Party of the People?

08.16 Democrats Must Reclaim the Center ... by Moving Hard Left

08.15 ALEC Is Pushing a New Slate of Viciously Anti-Worker, Pro-Corporate Laws [will the public fight or migrate?]

08.15 With 3 Months To Go, Pundits and Democrats Still Clueless [will the public fight or migrate?]

Justice Matters

08.17 DOJ Sues Ivanka’s Ex-Business Partner for Massive Fraud [Criminal behavior is normal around Trump]

High Crimes?
Economics, Crony Capitalism

08.18 Can Elizabeth Warren's Big New Idea Save Capitalism (and America) From Itself?

08.18 Billionaires Reach for the Stars While World Suffers

08.17 US dollar on its way out as world's lead currency? [What happens to US dollar valuation when oil sales must become illegal due to climate change and pollution? Does this feared chaos explain "conservative" denial of climate change?]

08.16 Elizabeth Warren unveils bold new plan to reshape American capitalism [10:32 video]

08.16 Capitalism can crack climate change. But only if it takes risks

International & Futurism

08.17 It's time for #MeToo in the Catholic church

08.14 Israel, This Is Not Who We Are

08.13 Turkish lira crisis: central bank action fails to quell contagion fears

08.10 'A devastating scenario': Brazil sets new record for homicides at 63,880 deaths

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