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Accusation of Israeli Apartheid Stirs Up a Storm of Passions in the U.N.

A report saying the occupied West Bank is virtually a textbook case in apartheid governance has provoked a shouting match, along with an undersecretary’s resignation.

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Fired U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara Is Said to Have Been Investigating HHS Secretary Tom Price

Price (pictured, right), head of the Department of Health and Human Services, traded stocks of health-related companies while working on legislation affecting the firms. An unnamed source says Bharara was overseeing an investigation.

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What’s the Matter With Iowa? Dark News From Red-State America

A slew of Republican legislation is flowing out of the Capitol in Des Moines during this radical right-wing moment in U.S. history.

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Trump’s Awkward Meeting With German Chancellor Angela Merkel

President Trump slipped up and called the U.S. a “company,” ignored Merkel’s request for a handshake and said a German reporter’s question was based on “fake news.”

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Truthdigger of the Week: Angela Davis, an Activist for the Ages

Davis’ inspiring talk at the recent Women of the World festival shows that this civil rights icon is as relevant in today’s fraught world as in the turbulent era from which she sprang decades ago.

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Trump Set to Nominate Coal Lobbyist, Boeing Executive to Deputy Positions

The president’s latest hires confirm that his policy isn’t so much to drain the swamp as to fill it, according to many observers.

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Betting Big on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

March Madness and its accompanying betting-pool tradition go directly against the NCAA’s staunch anti-gambling policy, but “bracketology” accounts for billions of dollars changing hands.

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The Resistance Must Be Digitized

Ajit Pai (at left in picture), the new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, could pose a threat to unfettered access to an open internet.

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Scientists Calculate That Humans Cause at Least Half the Loss of Arctic Sea Ice

New research analyzes the decline of the region’s ecology by weighing natural variability and human factors.

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Rising Above Racism Is Imperative for Human Societies

Scapegoating immigrants absolves the true culprits—neoliberal capitalism and corporate greed—from blame. But this is too simplistic.

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