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Progressive Briefing for Monday, July 16, 2018

12 Russian intelligence officers indicted for election interference, the royal family snubs Trump, 28 civilians killed by U.S.-led bombing in Syria, and more.

At least 28 civilians killed by US-led bombing of ice factory in Syria

"The coalition or our partner forces may have conducted" the airstrike, spokesperson says

The Anti-Empire Report #158: Why do they flee?

Eliminating the profit motive in various sectors, or all sectors, in American society would run into a lot less opposition than one might expect.

Credit-card wars

It’s time for Americans worried about living in a country whose inequality gap could soon surpass that of the Gilded Age to begin paying real attention to our “credit-card wars.”
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Jennifer Harbury: Today’s refugee crisis Is blowback from US dirty wars in Central America

"The United States has everything to do with the creation of the monsters that are driving the refugees up to our border."

Who is making a killing on killing?

As the saying goes, follow the money to find out who profits from all this death and devastation.

Progressive Briefing for Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Another oil spill, fracking fuels climate change, Mueller investigates Blackwater founder Erik Prince, and more.

Too easily forgotten: The tragedy of Yemen

The ugly face of this senseless war, as in most contemporary conflicts involving large aerial campaigns, is often hidden behind closed doors.

Imperial president or emperor with no clothes?

Could Donald Trump’s trade wars lead to a Great Depression?