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Islamic State Is Making a Fortune Selling Ancient Artifacts

The cultural war being waged by the militant group includes a lucrative trade in antiquities.

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Obama Lawyers Asked Secret Court to Bypass Public Court’s Decision on NSA Spying

The Obama administration asked a federal court to resume the NSA surveillance programs ended by the expiration of parts of the Patriot Act on June 1.

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How Something as Simple as Clearing Your Internet Browsing Data Could Get You Locked Up

This story will make you think twice before you delete your browser history.

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L.A. Times Editors Advocate Prosecution of Edward Snowden

A recent L.A. Times editorial called for the whistleblower’s prosecution. As Glenn Greenwald writes in denouncing the editorial, this is part of a wider journalistic war on transparency.

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Michael Slager Indicted for Murder in Walter Scott Shooting

A South Carolina grand jury has indicted a former police officer for murder in the shooting death of an unarmed black man.

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Ditch the G7

The annual economics summit, which began Sunday, is “a moribund institution” that “should be scrapped” because it has become useless as “an instrument of the internationalism it was set up to pursue,” writes economics analyst Larry Elliott at The Guardian.

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Look What Austerity Does to a Child’s Brain

The stressful conditions of poverty—“overcrowding, noise, substandard housing, separation from parent(s), exposure to violence, family turmoil”—can permanently diminish the ability to think clearly and calmly.

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Can the U.S. Government Still Spy on Me?

The expiration of certain parts of the Patriot Act and passage of the USA Freedom Act ended authority for several forms of surveillance of U.S. citizens. But the government still has ways of listening to your phone calls.

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Black and Latino People Killed by Cops Are Far More Likely to Be Unarmed Than Whites

While one glance at the news about recent police killings would probably lead you to assume that more unarmed minorities are killed than are weaponless whites, the actual numbers might astound you.

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Argentina’s President Was First Head of State to Meet With Edward Snowden

Argentinian President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner met with the whistleblower in “secret talks” in 2013.

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