Jeffrey Sachs Presents Evidence of Possible Lab Origin of Covid-19

An article in the journal PNAS calls for an independent investigation of information held by U.S.-based institutions that could shed light on the origins of Covid.

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Jeffrey Sachs Presents Evidence of Possible Lab Origin of Covid-19

Sharon Lerner

An article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences calls for an independent investigation of information held by U.S.-based institutions that could shed light on the origins of Covid.

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After Buffalo, Will Corporate America Turn Against the Murdochs and Fox News?

Peter Maass

Why the Murdochs should become the next Sacklers.

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Israel Used U.S. Weapons to Destroy U.S. Assets and Aid Projects in Gaza

Daniel Boguslaw

Documents show that in 2021, arms made and funded by the United States destroyed UNRWA schools, USAID projects, and a Coca-Cola plant.

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FBI Provides Chicago Police With Fake Online Identities for “Social Media Exploitation” Team

Mara Hvistendahl

Internal documents also reveal that police can take over informants’ social media accounts and pose as them online.

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Oklahoma’s Total Abortion Ban Will Mean Surveillance, Criminalization, and Chaos

Jordan Smith

The state’s new ban is the most extreme in the country, going further than Texas’s notorious S.B. 8 by banning abortion after fertilization.

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Israeli Official Claims Anger at Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh Is Rooted in “Anti-Jewish Racism”

Robert Mackey

Israel’s antisemitism envoy says only racism can explain the “hateful” reactions of Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Bella Hadid.

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DCCC Chair and Rep. Mondaire Jones Flee Blue Districts, a Bright-Red Warning for Democrats

Ryan Grim

A court-ordered redistricting process nearly pitted Squad member Jamaal Bowman against progressive Jones, but Jones instead is targeting a new open seat in New York City.

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Facebook Anti-Terror Policy Lands Head of Afghan Red Crescent Society on Censorship List

Sam Biddle

Matiul Haq Khalis, head of the aid group ARCS and a former Taliban negotiator, was added to Facebook’s Dangerous Individuals blacklist.

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Pennsylvania Surges Left at the Polls

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Thursday, May 19, 2022

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Israel Admits It Might Have Killed Journalist, Attacks Her Funeral

Sunday, May 15, 2022

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Thursday, April 21, 2022

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Thursday, April 21, 2022

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Friday, September 17, 2021

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Data Science Weekly - Issue 408

Friday, September 17, 2021

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