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Exoneration Nation

A record number of American prisoners were exonerated in 2015. Police and prosecutorial misconduct, false confessions, and dubious guilty pleas accounted for the vast majority of the cases

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Free Forum: Trans-Pacific Plutocracy

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Free Forum: Trans-Pacific Plutocracy

President Obama is expected to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement in early February. At that point, a full blown debate gets underway around the country.

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The Pipeline Strikes Back: The Audacity of TransCanada’s $15B Suit Against the U.S

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The Pipeline Strikes Back: The Audacity of TransCanada's $15B Suit Against the U.S

True to form, TransCanada filed a $15 billion legal action against the U.S. government on January 6. The company is demanding that U.S. taxpayers compensate it for the profits it had hoped to make from a pipeline it won’t get to build.

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Europe is Disintegrating While Its Citizens Watch Indifferent

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Europe is Disintegrating While Its Citizens Watch Indifferent

We are witnessing the slow agony of the dream of European integration, disintegrating without a single demonstration occuring anywhere, among its 500 millions of citizens.

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TPP: A New Low

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TPP: A New Low

The TPP is just another tool to enrich corporations at the expense of everyday families.

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PG&E’s Assault on Solar Power

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PG&E's Assault on Solar Power

Last month, state regulators gave in to PG&E's demands and made it tougher to expand large-scale solar projects. Now, the utility wants to roll back incentives for rooftop-solar energy.

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