Syria: False Claims In Western “News”

By Moon Of Alabama, -

By Moon Of Alabama for Information Clearing House - The White House and State Department are miffed that Syria and Russia are cleaning up their Jihadis in Aleppo city. There is a false claims [...]

Investors Urge 16 Global Food Producers To Divest From Factory Farming

By Derrick Broze, -

By Derrick Broze for Activist Post - The Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR) has organized a group of 40 investors in a campaign to raise awareness about the environmental and health [...]

Cherry-Picking Trade Polls To Pave Way For A TPP Flip-Flop

By Jim Naureckas, -

By Jim Naureckas for FAIR - Dean Baker (, 9/23/16) was rightly skeptical of a New York Times article (“Who Hates Free Trade Treaties? Surprisingly, Not Voters,” 9/21/16) reporting that [...]

What Facebook Knows About You

By Julia Angwin, Terry Parris Jr. and Surya Mattu, -

By Julia Angwin, Terry Parris Jr. and Surya Mattu for ProPublica - WE LIVE IN AN ERA of increasing automation. Machines help us not only with manual labor but also with intellectual tasks, such [...]

DIY Solar Desalination Machine Purifies 2.8 Gallons Of Water Each Day

By Amanda Froelich, -

By Amanda Froelich for AJ+ - The Israel-Palestine conflict has resulted in 90% of the water in Gaza being rendered undrinkable. An obvious travesty, one man decided to develop a DIY solar [...]

21 Arrested During Peaceful Prayer Ceremony At Standing Rock

By Dan Zukowski, -

By Dan Zukowski for Eco Watch - "We had a really nice ceremony," said a Sicangu Lakota grandmother. "Then we looked and over that way, there were a few police and the next thing we knew there [...]

This Is What Stop And Frisk Is, And Why It’s Unconstitutional

By Natasha Noman, -

By Natasha Noman for Mic - The controversial stop-and-frisk policy instituted by the New York Police Department in 1999 allowed law enforcement to stop any civilian on the street and search their [...]

Rapid Burnout, Dissatisfaction Of U.S. Doctors Threatens Public Health Crisis

By Alexander Reed Kelly, -

By Alexander Reed Kelly for Truth Dig - Half of U.S. physicians are “disengaged, burned out, and demoralized and plan to either retire, cut back on work hours, or seek non-clinical roles,” [...]

Alton Sterling’s Family Demands Action From Baton Rouge Officials

By David Lohr, -

By David Lohr for The Huffington Post - Alton Sterling’s frustrated family members and their supporters confronted Baton Rouge officials this week, demanding an update in the nearly 3-month-old [...]

Recalculating The Climate Math

By Bill McKibben, -

By Bill McKibben for New Republic - The future of humanity depends on math. And the numbers in a new study released Thursday are the most ominous yet. Those numbers spell out, in simple [...]

Anti-Drone Activists Say “Enough War”

By Sharon Delgado, -

By Sharon Delgado for Campaign Nonviolence. Before we were arrested, each of us explained what we have had enough of. I explained that I have had enough of drone warfare. (Beale is the home of [...]

UN Report Highlights US History Of Slavery, Segregation & Racial Terror

By Staff, -

By Staff for OCHR - The colonial history, the legacy of enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism, and racial inequality in the US remains a serious challenge as there [...]

21 More Arrested For Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

By Staff, -

By Staff of Forum News Service - ST. ANTHONY, N.D. — Twenty-one Dakota Access Pipeline protesters were arrested throughout the day on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at two construction sites near St. [...]

Uprising Activists: Charlotte Mayor, Police Chief Should Resign

By Ann Doss Helms, -

By Ann Doss Helms for The Charlotte Observer - Local and state activists called Monday for Police Chief Kerr Putney and Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts to resign, as the city’s latest round of [...]

Alabama Prison Guards Went On Strike This Weekend In Solidarity With Inmates

By Brendan O'Connor, -

By Brendan O'Connor for Jezebel - A group of guards at an Alabama prison went on strike this weekend, out of solidarity with inmates protesting overcrowding and unjust labor practices. Strikes [...]