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Sanders’ Plan To Fight Global Climate Disaster Too Ambitious, Says Nyt

Julie Hollar, Jim NaureckasSanders is one of a few candidates treating the climate crisis as an urgent matter—which you would think should inform the framing of an article about expert opinion of his plan. (Photo: Paul Weaver / Flickr)
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Nikki Haley Lost Her Password, So She Sent Sensitive Info Over Unclassified System

Enlarge / Ambassador Nikki Haley listens at the United Nations. (credit: United States Mission Geneva / Eric Bridiers / Flickr) Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley sent sensitive material over a network reserved only for...

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Mind The Gap

Hoda BarakaGovernments are still not stepping up on climate action, yet there are no more excuses to not be delivering on real commitments that put an end to fossil fuel production. (Photo: 350.org/flickr/cc)
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Ouch: Ben Carson Obliterates Mad Maxine Waters After She Blamed Trump For Homeless Problems In Her...

[caption id="attachment_419084" align="alignnone" width="620"]Image via Flickr Creative Commons by majunznk. [/caption] In her decades of serving as a California congresswoman, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA-43) has said many outrageous and deliberately in
Related topics: Maxine Waters, Creative Commons

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The Right To Vote Should Not Fall Victim To Partisan Battles

Jesse JacksonThe only way to counter these measures is massive citizen mobilization—and to elect leaders who will make the right to vote a priority. (Photo: Flickr/cc)
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A New Wave Of Pedophilia And Child Abuse Strikes Pakistan

“In Pakistan, we urgently need a #SexOffenders list”Portraying an abused child. Image from Flickr by Moushuf Chowdhury. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Just over a year after Imran Ali was executed for what is arguably Pakistan's most well known...
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Missed Opportunity To Recall A Day To ‘perpetuate Peace’

Janine JacksonA close-up of the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Jonathan Cutrer/flickr/cc)
Related topics: World Photos

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America's Arms Sales Addiction

William Hartung"All the American arms sales to the Middle East have had a severe and lasting set of consequences in the region," writes Hartung. (Photo: Chayak/Flickr/cc)
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“absolutely Relentless” “ad Blocker” Plasters Users With—you Guessed It—ads

Enlarge (credit: captcreate / Flickr) A fake ad blocker available outside of Google Play is bombarding Android users with ads, many of them vulgar, and to make matters worse, the cleverly hidden adware is hard to uninstall. As documented by...
Related topics: Google, Android, Mobile Technology

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Can Google’s Soul Be Saved?

Michelle Chen(Image: Global Panorama/flickr/cc)
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Breach Affecting 1 Million Was Caught Only After Hacker Maxed Out Target’s Storage

Enlarge (credit: Ryan Adams / Flickr) The US Federal Trade Commission has sued an IT provider for failing to detect 20 hacking intrusions over a 22-month period, allowing the hacker to access the data for 1 million consumers. The provider only...
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John Carmack Stepping Down As Cto Of Oculus To Work On Ai

John Carmack (Credit: Quakecon_Flickr) John Carmack, the chief technology officer of Facebook’s VR subsidiary Oculus, is stepping down this week. Carmack posted the news on Facebook today, saying he plans to focus his time instead on artificial...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Spacex Launches 60 More Starlink Satellites To Orbit

The Falcon 9 rocket taking off for the Starlink mission on November 11. (Credit: SpaceX/Flickr) On November 11, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying another 60 Starlink satellites, which will eventually provide internet service worldwide....
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Trump Applauds Bolivia’s Military Coup As Us Establishment Media Blame Morales For Turmoil

Kevin GosztolaMoments after Trump’s statement praising the Bolivian military, Mexico announced it had granted Morales political asylum. Around two dozen lawmakers and officials from Bolivia already had sought refuge from Mexico. (Photo: Flickr)
Related topics: Bolivia, Military, Mexico, World Photos

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We Asked A Simple Question. What We Received Was Shocking.

Melinda St. LouisWith Medicare for All, the vast majority of families will spend less on health care than they do now on premiums, copays and deductibles. (Photo: Elvert Barnes/flickr/cc)
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President Trump Unloads On The Media, The Whistleblower, And Adam Schiff And He's Mostly Right

Image by DonkeyHotey via Flickr Creative Commons https://goo.gl/b5OrKa It was quite a day on the press rope line at the White House yesterday. President Trump showed up loaded for bear and no one was...
Related topics: Social Media, Creative Commons, White House

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Great Apes Pass A False-belief Test, Hinting At A Theory Of Mind

Enlarge (credit: Martin Fisch / Flickr) Theory of mind is the recognition that others have mental states, just as you do. It is the ability to put yourself in someone else's shoes, to acknowledge that their mental state—their beliefs, their...

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Throwing The Base Under The Bus—and Other Deep Thoughts From Nyt

Julie HollarBy “balancing” Edsall’s column with three other columns that make no mention of economics, class, wealth, poverty or inequality, the Times seems to be happily going along with the centrist smoke and mirrors. (Photo: Flickr/cc/ ALec...
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It Keeps Going: 1 Meter Sea-level Rise By 2300 Is Now Inevitable

Enlarge (credit: Andrew Foster / Flickr) Climate change is often discussed in reference to where things will be in 2100, but the story obviously doesn't end that year. Sea-level rise in particular has an impressive amount of inertia, and a very...

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Is The Run On The Dollar Due To Panic Or Greed?

Ellen BrownWhy are banks no longer lending to each other? Are they afraid that collapse is imminent somewhere in the system, as with the Lehman collapse in 2008? (Photo: Phillipp/cc/flickr)
Related topics: Banking, Business Photos

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