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Rio Tinto’s Madagascar Mine Promised Prosperity. It Tainted a Community.

Neha Wadekar

The Anglo-Australian mining company is facing legal claims that it contaminated waterways and lakes with harmful levels of uranium and lead.
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How the Right Is Taking Over State Courts With Judicial Gerrymandering

Jill Habig, Jonathan Miller

On issues from abortion rights to criminal justice reforms, the war on democracy is opening new fronts on the state level.
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“Crime Has Been a Euphemism for Race”: Alameda County’s Reform DA Rejects Recall Narrative

Akela Lacy

Bankrolled by real estate investors, a multimillion-dollar recall effort against Pamela Price launched just six months after she took office.
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Congress Has a Chance to Rein In Police Use of Surveillance Tech

Chris Gelardi

As state police amass more spying tools, privacy advocates say Congress’s debate over a mass surveillance bill offers hope for reform.
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The Other Players Who Helped (Almost) Make the World’s Biggest Backdoor Hack

Nikita Mazurov

A shadowy figure spent years ingratiating themself to a developer, then injected a backdoor that could have taken over millions of computers.
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1 in 5 Wisconsin Democrats Said Gaza War Will Impact Their Primary Vote

Prem Thakker

President Joe Biden’s handling of the Gaza war might impact the decisions of at least a quarter of Democratic voters in November.
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New Report Reveals Dirty Secret of Army Psychological Operations

Daniel Boguslaw

Contrary to Hollywood depictions, Army psyops are an understaffed and ineffective mess.
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Fox Used to Hate Disinformation Experts. Now It’s Hiring One.

Ken Klippenstein

Fox Corporation is hiring a counter-disinformation specialist as Fox News continues to denounce efforts to fight disinformation.
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Will you donate $5 to expose Israel’s ongoing U.S.-backed slaughter in Gaza?

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

Israel killed 7 aid workers in Gaza as they attempted to deliver food to starving civilians overnight Monday. Now, the Biden administration is getting ready to send $18 billion in F-15 fighter jets.

PEN America in Damage-Control Mode Amid Revolt From Staff and Palestinian Writers

Sunday, March 31, 2024

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Friday, March 29, 2024

With over 32000 dead in Gaza and millions trapped and facing famine, the American people must understand the influence of AIPAC. Poll after poll shows that the American people across ethnic, religious,

Squeezed by African Coups, Biden Cozies Up to the World’s Worst Dictator

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