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Can China Save The Planet?

Craig K. ComstockChina already has the world's largest installation of wind turbines. (Photo: Sandia Labs/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Space, Science Photos

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Petrochemical Booster Rick Perry Rides To The Rescue Of The Fracking Industry

Alison GrassSecretary Perry claims that oil and gas production helps the economy “while protecting our environment.” (Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr)
Related topics: Rick Perry, Fracking, Usa Photos

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I’m With Progressives Against Impeachment

Rick SalutinThe “justice” system Trump’s opponents want to nail him with and then use to impeach him, wasn’t designed to choose leaders or get rid of them — so why do it? (Photo: Donald Trump/cc/flickr)
Related topics: Donald Trump, Usa Photos

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Crackdown In Beijing: ‘using Twitter Is More Dangerous Than Street Demonstrations’

Derivative image from Flickr user mkhmarketing CC: AT Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) Authorities in Beijing have launched a nationwide crackdown on mainland Chinese Twitter users. The December 5 release of 42 testimonies collected by China...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Social Media

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Latest Windows Insider Build Makes A Major Upgrade To, Uh… Notepad

Enlarge (credit: g4ll4is / Flickr) There's a new Windows Insider build out today, and the biggest changes appear to be none other than Notepad, Windows' venerable barebones text editor. Notepad already received a significant update in the recent...

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Inequality At The Center Of Chicago Charter School Strikes

Negin OwliaeiThe drastic changes to Chicago’s landscape have placed the city directly at the heart of a national conversation over the corporatization of education. (Photo: Rachel Docherty / Flickr)
Related topics: Science Photos

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Scotus Gives Planned Parenthood A Constitutional Right To Public Funds

Via Flickr Creative Commons via https://www.flickr.com/photos/komunews/ A little earlier today, the Supreme Court declined to hear challenges to two lower court rulings that said states could not refuse to recognize Planned Parenthood as a Medicaid...
Related topics: Creative Commons, Usa Photos, Medicaid

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$3.5 Trillion On Healthcare Each Year And We’re Still Uninsured, Underinsured, And Unhappy

Michael Lighty$3.5 Trillion overall, $10,739 per person, now exceeding 18% of GDP while providing worse outcomes, lower quality and shorter life expectancy than any other industrialized country. (Photo: Michael Fleshman/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Health Photos

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Wisdom The Albatross, World's Oldest Wild Bird, Lays Another Egg

Wisdom is known to be at least 68 years old and nests each year at the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge. She survived a tsunami and is believed to have laid nearly 40 eggs over her life. (Image credit: Madalyn Riley/USFWS Volunteer/Flickr)
Related topics: Tsunami

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Rights Groups And Tech Workers Unite To Swat Down Google’s Dragonfly

An engineer who resigned in protest joins Tibetan, Uyghur and Chinese groups to launch a campaign against Google’s proposed China project, just as its CEO heads to Capitol Hill. [Image: Flickr: Gauthier Delecroix]Shortly after The...
Related topics: Google, Protests, China

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22 Apps With 2 Million+ Google Play Downloads Had A Malicious Backdoor

(credit: Jeremy Brooks / Flickr) Almost two dozen apps with more than 2 million downloads have been removed from the Google Play market after researchers found they contained a device-draining backdoor that allowed them to surreptitiously download...
Related topics: Google

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New Legislation Would Clamp Down On Social Security Field Office Closing

Max RichtmanThese customer service issues erode confidence in the system, leaving Social Security vulnerable to benefit cuts that opponents of the program have been advocating. (Photo: Courtesy of AFGE, Flickr | CC 2.0)
Related topics: Social Security, Usa Photos

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Democrats Will Ignore Broad Progressive Reforms At Their Peril

Chuck IdelsonWe need comprehensive solutions animated by a genuine vision of social change, not business as usual. (Photo: National Nurses United/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Usa Photos

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Putting The Trump Stamp On The Public

Jim HightowerThe Trumpsters say it's time to turn this historic public service over to the magic of the free market profit motive and the efficiency of bottom-line corporate management. You know, like airlines and cable companies. (Photo: Ron...
Related topics: Business Photos

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Flickr Updates To Pro And Free Accounts May Simplify Business Use

Changes to the iconic Flickr photo sharing community make the site more useful to businesses using it as a resource for images used in marketing and communication. Flickr Account Changes The change getting the biggest reaction is the...
Related topics: Business Photos, Marketing

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Emptying The Cages

Jacy Reese"Animal ag has sought to punish those who expose abuse, rather than those who commit it," the author writes. (Photo: Dzīvnieku brīvība/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Usa Photos

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Hanukkah Lights 2018

Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz read a new lineup of Hanukkah stories about magic candles, a view from an old Israeli fortress and a family's Hanukkah spent at Ellis Island. (Image credit: Rebecca Siegel/Flickr)

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2017 Financials Of The Koch’s Dark Money Network

Anna Massoglia, Kaitlin WashburnCaricatures of Charles and David Koch. (Image: DonkeyHotey/cc/flickr)

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The 2017 Thanksgiving Salmonella Outbreak Is Still With Us. Why?

Steve Suppan USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Service must not be the headquarters for all federal food safety duties, the author argues. (Photo: Area Librarian/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Thanksgiving, Salmonella, Health Photos

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Former Angolan President José Eduardo Dos Santos Accused Of Corruption By His Successor

João Lourenço, President of Angola. Photo by J.Barande, École Polytechnique/Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0 Since João Lourenço was elected president in 2017, Angolans have wondered about his relationship with his predecessor, José Eduardo dos...
Related topics: Angola, World Photos

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