Monday, July 24, 2017

Cable companies want to get rid of net neutrality. Without it, sites like ours could be censored, slowed down, or forced to pay extra fees. We can stop them and keep the internet open, fast, and awesome if we all contact Congress and the FCC, but we only have a few days left. Learn more.

Parliamentarians study nexus of youth, refugees and development

The Asian Population and Development Association has engaged in activities working towards social development, economic progress, and the enhancement of welfare and peace in the world.

Baltimore cop suspended for planting evidence on video

Within the past six years, the city of Baltimore has paid more than $13 million to settle lawsuits alleging police misconduct.

The torture-friendly Trump administration

Only stupid people say torture works – and one of them is sitting in the White House.

To the millions who have stood up to the Trump administration: Thank you

My gratitude goes out to the millions of Americans who launched a resistance that has slowed or stopped many of Trump’s policies.

The partisan use of preemption is surging

Far from advancing any big public goals, preemption is now being used to advance corporate agendas.

Eugene Debs and the kingdom of evil

"If there be anything sadder than a body perishing for want of bread, it is a mind dying of hunger for lack of light.”

Monsanto’s in trouble again: Mega corp faces class action suit over allegedly violating two...

Legal aid lawyers and experts say cases they see are a small sample of all the violations that occur.

4 people every week were murdered while protecting the environment in 2016

The killings of land defenders are growing and spreading.

Former NY Assembly Speaker’s corruption conviction overturned

Will Sheldon Silver be re-tried?

Climate change will force Native Americans to adapt religious rituals yet again

Global climate change affects everyone. But for many indigenous peoples, natural resources are closely linked to religious beliefs and practices.