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The only way out of our national mortgage crisis is through widespread debt forgiveness.
Why do austerity measures remain so popular within the beltway while the overwhelming evidence in the rest of the country points to the fact that such measures increase unemployment and hinder economic growth?
Ten years into the US occupation of Afghanistan, how can we effectively and humanely end an unwinnable war?
From the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, 2011 will be remembered as a year of youthful mass movements and popular revolts—none of which could have occurred without the surreptitious help of computer hacktivists.
It's been forty years since food activism became a global phenomenon, and the social and environmental goals of the movement are more pressing than ever.
Why is one of the leading Republican candidates for president trying to stop the direct election of senators?
The American government is currently employing counterterrorism strategies against Muslim communities here in the United States that were first developed by the military for use abroad.
During her time reporting on the protest movement, Alwadi was detained by authorities in Bahrain and forced to sign a statement saying that she wouldn't write about or engage in political activities.
Within Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, tension between the group's younger and older generations is growing.
Why did Standard & Poor's take the seemingly radical step of downgrading the US government's credit rating, and how do ratings agencies wield such power in the first place?