A Billionaire-Funded Website With Ties to the Far Right Is Trying to “Cancel” University Professors

Campus Reform and its publisher, the Leadership Institute, are siccing armies of trolls on professors across the country.

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A Billionaire-Funded Website With Ties to the Far Right Is Trying to “Cancel” University Professors

Alice Speri

Campus Reform and its publisher, the Leadership Institute, are siccing armies of trolls on professors across the country.

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Inside the Winning Fight for Reparations in Athens, Georgia

Rachel M. Cohen

Fifty Black families were forcibly displaced from their homes in the 1960s. Now the descendants are seeking redress and a chance to testify before Congress.

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Howard Dean Pushes Biden to Oppose Generic Covid-19 Vaccines for Developing Countries

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The former progressive champion, who now works on behalf of corporate interests, joins the drug industry in arguing against sharing the IP for low-cost vaccines.

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Republicans Are Poised to Gerrymander Their Way Back to the Majority

Ryan Grim

But only if Democrats stand aside and let them.

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Pro-Cop PAC Tried to Fundraise by Blaming George Floyd for His Own Death

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After local news coverage, the Protect Our Police PAC quickly condemned its own email and distanced itself from Derek Chauvin.

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Rep. Veronica Escobar: “Stephen Miller Should be Behind Bars” for Role in Trump Immigration Policy

Ryan Grim

Asked if it’s too soon to prosecute Biden officials, the Texas lawmaker said she will be among Biden’s “loudest critics” if progress on the border crisis stalls.

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Hunger Strikers Win Historic Relief Fund for Undocumented New York Workers — With Strings Attached

John Washington

The $2.1 billion relief package was a major win for organizers, but some undocumented workers worry they’ll be left behind.

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Research Says Facebook’s Ad Algorithm Perpetuates Gender Bias

Sam Biddle

A University of Southern California study provides still more evidence that the company’s ad targeting illegally discriminates.

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Months After Biden Promised to End Support for Yemen War, Congress Still Has No Details

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“After enjoying a public relations victory, the Biden administration has yet to offer any specifics on the nature of American participation in the Saudi-led war.”

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NYPD “Goon Squad” Manual Teaches Officers to Violate Protesters’ Rights

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