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The NSA has carried out systematic surveillance against more than 100 heads of state.
The trivial recommendations by the White House Task Force on 21st Century Policing amount to a green light for police violence and murder.
The assassination of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov arises out of the US-Russia confrontation and the struggle now underway within the Russian state.
The video shows multiple LAPD officers shooting the man while he is pinned to the ground.
The Israeli prime minister has organized a speech to the US Congress behind the back of the White House in a bid to scuttle a nuclear deal with Iran.
The pension checks of Detroit city workers saw their first reductions Sunday, in line with the bankruptcy plan imposed by federal judge Steven Rhodes.
The Christie administration has reportedly reached an out-of-court settlement with ExxonMobil for a fraction of the estimated cleanup cost.
Last year, 42 workers died in US mines, including 16 in the coal mining industry.
The threat of military intervention in Libya is driven by Italian oil and business interests and the need to divert attention from growing domestic tensions.
The Chinese government is set to lower its growth rate target for this year when Premier Li Keqiang addresses the National People’s Congress, which opens Thursday.
Big business has lauded Jaitley’s budget as good for investors and profits,
Plans were already well advanced prior to the Copenhagen shootings to further undermine democratic rights, with only the appropriate pretext being required.
A parliamentary report gives the green light for police-state powers of mass surveillance to be handed to the government and its spy and police services.
South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) announced the measures in his first full budget speech since taking office last year.
As the strike by oil workers in the US enters its second month, it is necessary to draw a balance sheet of the key strategic and political issues at stake.
Workers at BP’s refinery in Whiting, Indiana called for an all-out strike by 30,000 USW oil refinery employees.
The NPA’s publication of a statement, in the name of the International Committee of the Fourth International, supporting Syriza’s right-wing policies is a political provocation.
Two stories of German resistance: <em>The Resistors “their spirit prevails ...”</em> and <em>13 Minutes</em>
One film makes only a partial examination of Hitler’s middle class opponents, while the other makes a more significant look at the opposition from below.
Bankstown and Wyong workers and youth speak out against worsening living conditions and the danger of war.
Labor leader Foley tried to cover up the record of state and federal Labor governments, in attacking the living standards of workers and youth.