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Russia-gate Flops as Democrats’ Golden Ticket

Exclusive: The national Democrats saw Russia-gate and the drive to impeach President Trump as their golden ticket back to power, but so far the ticket seems to be made of fool’s gold, writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry The national…Read more ?

Jeremy Corbyn's Stirring Address After London's Latest Terrorist Attack Is a Must-Watch on Both Sides of the Pond

The Labour leader spoke at an interfaith vigil early Monday morning. Less than 24 hours after the Finsbury Park attack, hundreds of Londoners gathered for an interfaith vigil outside a mosque where one worshipper was killed and 11 wounded...Show More Summary

Republican Conspiracy Theorizing About Seth Rich's Murder Stoops to a Grotesque New Low

A disgraceful report blames his death on the work of a hired killer. This is worse than fake news. Republican activists are again showing their bottomless capacity to turn personal tragedy into idiotic partisan attacks against Hillary Clinton by pedaling a less-than-amateurish report to Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Seth Meyers Rubs Trump's Nose in His Excremental Approval Rating

New data indicate the president is historically unpopular. After five months in office, Donald Trump's approval rating has plummeted to historic lows, as frustration with a White House in perpetual chaos appears to be taking its toll. Show More Summary

This San Jose Neighborhood Is Literally Constructing a Wall to Keep Out the Homeless

Activists are comparing it to Trump's proposed construction along the Mexican border. Crews from the California Department of Transportation are building a wall in a San Jose neighborhood to close off a homeless encampment. The encampment is located under I-280, close to many residences. Show More Summary

Why Jon Ossoff's Loss Could Be Bernie Sanders' Victory

The Georgia special election is likely to renew calls for the Democratic Party to turn left. Sen. Bernie Sanders campaigned for Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s sixth district, and even though Ossoff lost the special election, Sanders may emerge a winner. Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert Repeatedly Kicks Sean Spicer While He's Down, and Likely Out

"He's leading a search for his own replacement." Temperatures are soaring across the country, but no one is feeling the heat more right now than White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who could be the first victim of an impeding shakeup in the Trump administration. Show More Summary

At FBI, Mueller Oversaw Post-9/11 Torture

Exclusive: The U.S. mainstream media gushes over Russia-gate special prosecutor Robert Mueller as an upright man of the Establishment, ignoring how he oversaw torture of innocent Arabs after 9/11, reports Jonathan Marshall. By Jonathan Marshall Robert Mueller III, the former…Read more ?

Robert Reich: There's Already Enough Evidence to Impeach Trump

It's important to remember the House only needs probable cause to begin an inquiry. Obstruction of justice was among the articles of impeachment drafted against both Presidents Nixon and Clinton. The parallel between Nixon and Trump is almost exact. Show More Summary

Rachel Maddow Previews Bombshell Report Linking Trump to Putin-Connected Money Pouring into His Real Estate Deals

The MSNBC host details the latest revelation in the president's growing collusion scandal. On Tuesday night while the country was transfixed by the special election in Georgia’s 6th district, Rachel Maddow took a look at an upcomingShow More Summary

Bodyguard for White Nationalist Stabbed 9 Times After Pro-Trump Rally—and He Doesn't Have Health Insurance

Antonio Foreman's cohorts are trying to raise $125,000 for his surgeries. A man who serves as a bodyguard for a notorious white nationalist has been hospitalized after being stabbed nine times by two assailants following a pro-Trump rally. Show More Summary

Iran’s Missile Strike Adds to Syrian Crisis

For the first time in 30 years, Iran fired missiles from its territory — in a strike against ISIS in Syria, putting down a marker that Iran won’t tolerate more terror attacks against Tehran, Patrick Henningsen explained at 21st Century…Read more ?

The Price that Julian Assange Pays

People who challenge power are often viewed by their supporters as more icons than human beings thus missing the personal costs of their actions, a reality that Julian Assange’s mother revealed to Randy Credico and Dennis J Bernstein. By Randy…Read more ?

There Are Real Paid Protesters, but They're All Right Wingers

The right has neglected to mention that "paid protesters" are part of the rightwing apparatus. You may have mocked claims about the existence of paid protesters as just another lie from the right. As it turns out, at least on this one issue, they’re actually telling the truth. Show More Summary

GOP Sneak Attack on Health Care Nears a Critical Moment—and It's a Total Monstrosity

After all the blatant lies and incoherent tweets, the Republicans' secret deal is nearly done — and wow, is it ugly. A few days ago a Republican Senate aide was asked by a reporter why the GOP leadership felt the need to keep all the...Show More Summary

Is Big Alcohol Taking a Hit From Legal Weed?

According to one survey, 20 percent of Gen Xers and eight percent of boomers are making the switch from alcohol to pot. The legal weed market appears to be impacting booze’s bottom line. Consumer trend data compiled by OutCo and Monocle Research finds that many California twenty-somethings, post-legalization, are switching from beer to pot. Show More Summary

What Will It Take to Dump Trump?

Without a smoking gun, it's unlikely that Republicans will turn on the president. But never underestimate Trump's capacity for self-destruction. he general assumption in Washington has been that only one of two things could cause the...Show More Summary

Temperatures in the Southwest Are So Hot Airlines Are Canceling Flights

Heat waves caused by climate change are growing hotter and deadlier. An intense heat wave is engulfing the southwest U.S. this week, with temperatures so hot commercial airlines have had to cancel flights. About 38 American AirlinesShow More Summary

Why Union Workers and Environmentalists Need to Work Together with Smart Protests

Jobs at any cost could be a problem, as can un-strategic protests. As Trump slashes and burns his way through environmental regulations, including the Paris Accord, he continues to bet that political polarization will work in his favor. Show More Summary

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