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Veteran D.C. Attorney: ‘Without Edward Snowden, Our System Could Have Failed’

The efforts to reform the way the U.S. government gathers intelligence indicate that the whistleblower’s disclosures “have had the impact that motivated him,” writes Ronald Goldfarb, who served in the Justice Department of the Kennedy administration, at Time magazine.

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Putin at Victory Day: U.S. Is Trying to Create a ‘Unipolar World’ (Video)

Speaking at Moscow’s annual Victory Day parade in Red Square, which was boycotted by Western leaders this year over the continuing crisis in Ukraine, the Russian president criticized the U.S. for “attempts to create a unipolar world.”

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What’s the Point of a Professor?

When he was a student in the early 1980s, Emory University English professor Mark Bauerlein and his peers spoke with their professors regularly and at length, knowing “that these moments were the heart of liberal education.” Today, polls show, one-third of students never do so.

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Obama Administration: Judges Can’t Stop Us From Classifying Whatever We Want

U.S. Justice Department attorneys argued—at a hearing on a lawsuit seeking to make public the videotapes of a prisoner being force-fed at Guantanamo Bay prison—that courts cannot order the unsealing of evidence that has been classified by the government.

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U.S. Government Designated Prominent Al-Jazeera Journalist a ‘Member of al-Qaida’

A top-secret document provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden shows that the U.S. government labeled a prominent journalist a member of al-Qaida and put him on a watch list of suspected terrorists.

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U.K. Election Results: Tories Trounce Labour to Win Five Years of Conservative Rule

Prime Minister David Cameron will lead a majority conservative government unchecked by centrist constraints.

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Why U.S. Public Higher Education No Longer Actually Exists

Cuts to American education, combined with other factors, have made it no longer accurate to call higher education public; a court has ruled that the data on your cellphone is actually the property of your carrier; meanwhile, Chelsea Manning makes a case for “increasing freedom of information and transparency” in the U.S. These items and more inside.

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Alberta Elects Government Opposed to Keystone XL Pipeline (Video)

The survival of the controversial pipeline project is cast further into doubt with the election of a left-wing government in Canada’s wealthiest and most conservative province.

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Bulk NSA Phone Surveillance Exposed by Edward Snowden Ruled Illegal (Video)

The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled the mass collection of telephone metadata unlawful in a landmark decision that provides a foothold for a full legal challenge to the National Security Agency.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Brad Sherman Unveil Bill to Bust Up Mega-Bank Menace

It’s going to take more than just a well-aimed blow from an underdog’s slingshot to bring down the banking monster that our current system of grabby-hands capitalism and compliant government has created.

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