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Michael Moore Blasts 'Corporate Media' for Only Talking About 'Russia, Russia, Russia'

“If we just get rid of Trump, and return to what it was like the day before Trump, how were things then?” Filmmaker and adamant progressive Michael Moore is blasting the "corporate media" for focusing on scandalous and sensational stories...Show More Summary

For These Children of Iraq, Help Did Not Arrive

The unseen cost of three decades of war in Iraq. In the end, help did not arrive. In 2001, a 10-year old boy sketched this image of his sister, Faiza Amir, in her sick-bed at what is now Children’s Welfare Teaching Hospital (CWTH) in...Show More Summary

'The Battle for Paradise': Naomi Klein on Disaster Capitalism & the Fight for Puerto Rico’s Future

Corporations are making a killing over Hurricane Maria's destruction. Six months since Hurricane Maria battered the island of Puerto Rico, the island is the site of a pitched battle between wealthy investors—particularly from the technology industry—and everyday Puerto Ricans fighting for a place in their island’s future. Show More Summary

Billionaires Won’t Save the World—Just Look at Elon Musk

The "playboy genius" is essentially squandering taxpayer money on pet projects like Mars trips and flamethrowers. Will Mars save humanity? Or will our savior be billionaire Elon Musk? Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, humbly believes we don’t have to choose. Show More Summary

Tucker Carlson Unleashes Racist Broadside on Fox News Against Latino Immigrants

"This is more change than human beings are designed to digest," he said. Tucker Carlson broadcast a segment of his show this week meant to rattle and scare the Americans about rising "demographic changes," delivering a racist monologue...Show More Summary

12 Healthy Foods High in Antioxidants

Antioxidants help defend your body's cells from damage caused by potentially harmful molecules known as free radicals. Antioxidants are compounds produced in your body and found in foods. They help defend your cells from damage caused by potentially harmful molecules known as free radicals. Show More Summary

Devin Nunes Is Being Investigated by the FEC for Possible Campaign Finance Violations

Three apparent violations are cited in the notice. House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) is under investigation for potentially violating campaign finance laws, according to a letter sent to him by the Federal Election Commission. Show More Summary

Here Are the Primary Topics Mueller Reportedly Wants to Discuss with Trump

The president's possible obstruction is about to take center stage. Special counsel Robert Mueller has indicated four main topics his team would like to discuss in a sit-down interview with Donald Trump, CNN reports. Those include: Trump’s...Show More Summary

Watch a Former CIA Director Say Russia May 'Have Something' On Trump

"I am concerned about our future and our national security," he said. Former CIA director John Brennan warned the nation Wednesday that President Donald Trump is afraid of Russia, possibly because the Kremlin may have blackmail material on him. Show More Summary

The Trump Administration Is Pushing to Sell Offshore Drilling Leases, and It’s Tanking Profits for Taxpayers

The largest offshore oil and gas lease sale in US history, which included all available areas in the Gulf of Mexico, garnered only tepid interest from oil and gas companies on Wednesday. Industry and government representatives called the results encouraging and consistent. Show More Summary

“We Made Mistakes”: Zuckerberg Finally Weighs In On Facebook Data Scandal

Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday issued a statement on the growing controversy around Cambridge Analytica’s acquisition and use of tens of millions of people’s personal Facebook data. Read the full statement below:

Amid Bipartisan Anger, Trump Defends His Congratulatory Call to Putin

President Donald Trump on Wednesday defended congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin on his reelection victory on Sunday—an outcome most of the international community had deemed a foregone conclusion—and continued his longstanding view that a cozy relationship with the Kremlin was more favorable to the United States than a negative one. Show More Summary

American Public Troubled by ‘Deep State’

Although most Americans are unfamiliar with the term ‘Deep State,’ according to recent polling they are nevertheless skeptical of unelected government and military officials who secretly manipulate or direct national policy, John V. Walsh reports. By John V. Walsh “Public…Read more ?

Sorry, Sex and the City Fans, You Can Only Vote for Cynthia Nixon if You Registered as a Democrat Last Fall

On Tuesday, the actress Cynthia Nixon kicked off her primary challenge to New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo with a campaign stop in Brooklyn. Cuomo has frequently butted heads with the progressive movement in the nation’s second-largest blue state, and in Nixon those progressives have a high-profile champion. But Nixon’s campaign will have to overcome […]

Trump Wants to Ban Health Warnings on His Favorite Food

US childhood obesity remains on the upswing, especially among black and Latino kids. Meanwhile, the Trump administration is quietly trying to block efforts to put health warnings on junk-food labels—and not just in the United States, but also in Canada and Mexico. That’s according to a New York Times report about the ongoing renegotiation of the North […]

Comment by the Information and Press Department regarding the latest terrorist attacks on Damascus

On March 20, militants in the village of Ein Tarma in Eastern Ghouta, which is controlled by Faylaq al-Rahman (the al-Rahman Corps), launched rockets at the Kashkoul market in Jaramana, a suburb of Damascus with a mostly Christian and Druze population. Show More Summary

Comment by the Information and Press Department on the situation in Damascus' suburb Eastern Ghouta

We note with satisfaction that the situation in Eastern Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus where terrorists and extremists had ruled supreme and had sporadically shelled the capital of Syria and committed other crimes for a long time, is now becoming more stable. Show More Summary

“Putin's sinister threats and lies extend far beyond his own country”, by Boris Johnson

To understand why 3 people lie stricken in Salisbury, look at Vladimir Putin's actions inside Russia. Yesterday he was proclaimed the winner of an election that resembled a coronation, complete with a triumphant ceremony outside the walls of the Kremlin. Show More Summary

Comment by the Information and Press Departmenton the statement of the EU Foreign Affairs Council of March 19, 2018, on the incident in Salisbury

The speed with which EU member countries rushed to call British allegations of Russia's involvement in the tragic incident in Salisbury “extremely serious” was perplexing. Despite the attempts of the EU nations to observe some semblance...Show More Summary

The Trump Administration Insists It’s Trying to Prevent Russia From Hacking the Next Election

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen insists the Trump Administration is working hard to stop Russian interference in future elections, but lawmakers in both parties are questioning whether the efforts can succeed under a chief executive who dismisses the danger. “I hear no sense of urgency to really get on top of this issue,” Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) […]

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