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So-called "Ag-Gag" laws reveal the lengths to which the agriculture industry will go to keep their business practices secret.
What two versions of "justice" tell us about our one-superpower world.
Aamer, the last British resident still imprisoned at Guantánamo, has faced ongoing retaliation for speaking out against his detention. Now The Nation has evidence that he may be sent to Saudi Arabia.
For inmates with disabilities who are routinely denied their mental or physical needs, incarceration can be a nightmarish fight for survival.
With this example, what message are vigilantes like George Zimmerman supposed to take away?
Prometheus among the cannibals.
Why, to Beltway reporters, Glenn Greenwald is no Bob Woodward.
Republicans long ago embraced a whites-only political strategy—and continue to reap its rewards in Southern states.
Iraq Veterans Against the War and human rights organizations in both the US and Iraq are collecting signatures for a petition to pressure the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to hold a hearing on the human rights impacts of US wars.
Russian lawmakers claim it would curb US access to Russian Internet data. But the real goal, critics say, would be to enable greater Russian surveillance over online activist activity.