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Lawsuit: At&t Signed Customers Up For Directv Now Without Their Knowledge

Enlarge / AT&T logo. (credit: Mike Mozart / Flickr) AT&T supervisors encouraged sales reps to create fake DirecTV Now accounts to make the online video service seem more successful than it really was, a class-action complaint...
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Indian Authorities Approve Uranium Exploration In Nallamala Forest, Sparking Protests

The proposal includes exploration of nature preserveThe Srisailam Dam on Krishna River at Nallamala Forest. Image via Flickr by Subash BGK. CC BY-NC-ND An in-principle approval given by the central government of India to start exploratory mining in...
Related topics: Protests, India

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We Need A Homes Guarantee. Now

Linda ArmitageOur vision for a Homes Guarantee is simple: in the wealthiest country in world’s history, we can and we must guarantee that everyone has a home. (Photo: Caelie_Frampton/flickr/cc)
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Reasons For Optimism

Robert ReichIn 2018 a record number of women, people of color, and LGBTQ representatives were elected to Congress, including the first Muslim women. (Photo: Steve Eason/Flickr/cc)
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Internet Shutdowns And The Right To Access In Sudan: A Post-revolution Perspective

Are apologies enough to ensure freedom of expression? A cell phone vendor in Khartoum, Sudan, September 16, 2012. Photo by joepyrek via Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0. On 3 September, a Sudanese court ordered telecommunications companies Sudani and MTN to...
Related topics: Sudan, World Photos

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Teaching Democrats To Talk About Socialism

Robert FreemanAnother World is Possible (judygr/flickr)

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Mike Pompeo Blames Iran For Massive Attack On Saudi Arabian Oil Facilities

Image by Gage Skidmore via Flickr Creative Commons https://www.flickr.com/photos/gageskidmore/ Earlier today a major Saudi Arabian crude oil field was hit by an attack. The first reports said that the attack had been carried out by 10 drones (I...
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A Proposed Split In The Ethiopian Orthodox Church Stokes Ethnic, Religious Tensions

Oromo clerics are rallying for their own regional administrative unitA priest of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church rests inside the 13th century rock-hewn Church of Bet Giorgis, Lalibela, Ethiopia, November 1, 2007. Photo by A. Davey via...
Related topics: Religion, Ethiopia, World Photos

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200 Gamestop Closures Planned Ahead Of “a Much Larger Tranche” Coming

(credit: Flickr / stan) Major gaming retailer GameStop says it will be closing "between 180 and 200 underperforming stores" in the next six months. That statement comes following 195 store closures in the last 12 months and what the company says...

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Burundian Refugees Living In Tanzania Face Forced Repatriation

Burundi is still not ‘conducive to promote returns’ Aerial view of Lusenda Burundian refugee camp, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. August 2015. Photo credit: MONUSCO/Abel Kavanagh via Flickr CC BY 2.0. Burundi’s...
Related topics: Tanzania, Burundi, Democratic Republic Of Congo, World Photos

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Washington Post Columnist Has No Idea Why, After All Of His Columns And Hard Work, Trump Is Still...

Image by Don Hinchcliffe via Flickr Creative Commons https://www.flickr.com/photos/dionhinchcliffe/ License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/   Can you say “hubris?” Tucked away in an article entitled “The Joy...
Related topics: Creative Commons, Entertainment Photos

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Wow Air, The Bankrupt Budget Airline, Will Make A Comeback In October

Photo via Flickr / Nicky Boogaard The last we heard of the Icelandic budget airline Wow Air was in March 2019 when it ceased operations without warning, stranding up to 4,000 passengers at the time. According to Yahoo, the airline is now on...
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Apple, Foxconn Caught Breaking Chinese Labor Laws While Making Iphones

Enlarge / A Foxconn facility. (credit: Ken Marshall / Flickr) Apple and Foxconn violated a Chinese labor rule by using too many temporary staff at a major factory that makes iPhones. As reported by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the two companies...
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The Jack Lew Problem

Sam KnightElizabeth Warren speaking at the Heartland Forum in Storm Lake, Iowa on March 31, 2019. (Photo: Lori Shaull/Flickr)
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Algorithms Should Have Made Courts More Fair. What Went Wrong?

Enlarge / The courts have become another frontline in the battle against climate change. (credit: Patrick Feller / Flickr) Kentucky lawmakers thought requiring that judges consult an algorithm when deciding whether to hold a defendant in jail...
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Joi Ito Has Resigned From The Mit Media Lab

Roger Barnett / Flickr On Saturday, Joi Ito resigned from his position as director of the MIT Media Lab, according to an email sent to The New York Times. “After giving the matter a great deal of thought over the past several days and...

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Betsy Devos, Redux

Christopher BrauchliEducation Secretary Betsy DeVos. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc)
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Fracked Gas Heats The Planet, But Supporters Say It’s A Solution

David Suzuki, Ian HaningtonIndustry and its allies say fracked gas is a climate solution. It’s not. (Photo: Moms Clean Air Force via Flickr)
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Trump Administration Goes After States For Protecting The Environment

Don AnairCalifornia’s laws to reduce pollution from cars and trucks have long been a target of the Trump administration. (Photo: Prayitno/Flickr)
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Elon Musk Throws Down With Porsche, Sends A Model S To The Nürburgring

Enlarge (credit: elyob @ Flickr) As part of Porsche's build-up to Wednesday's launch of the Taycan electric car, it took a track-prepped prototype to Germany's famous Nürburgring Nordschleife. This 12.9-mile (20.8km) track, built in the 1920s as...

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