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According to a study from the Center for Disease, Dynamics, Economics & Policy, nearly 120,000 infections and 6,000 deaths will occur over seven years due to the growing ineffectiveness of antibiotics. Hundreds of clinical trials involving the 10 most common surgical procedures were analyzed...

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Veterans are dying on home soil and the Liberal Party of Canada is focusing on “homelessness, support for veterans’ families, and support for those transitioning to civilian careers,” instead of on suicide prevention. The suicides of 54 returned-home Afghanistan veterans are being ignored. The...

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Two thirds of grocery shoppers are being misled by foods being labeled as natural when they aren’t necessarily what consumers would think of as being natural foods. Customers who are trying to avoid products that were grown with hormones, pesticides and other harmful chemicals will often still...

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In December 2015, a court in Tunisia ruled three years’ jail time each for six students accused of homosexuality, which is the maximum sentence allowed. Even against rising pressure from advocacy groups, the government refuses to change its criminal code, which outlaws homosexuality. Although...

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In March 2016, an investigation by Klaus Marre found evidence that Donald Trump’s professed strong Christianity was in doubt. Trump declared himself a Presbyterian Protestant, saying he attends Marble Collegiate Church and has had great experiences in the church. But although his family has a...

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Currently, tattoos are widely accepted in North America, but what many people don’t think about it, is the other side of getting tattoos – removing them. An article done by the Canadian broadcaster CBC in 2015 stated that there aren’t many regulations regarding tattoo removal. Quebec’s College...

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On March 16, 2016, Sevonna M. Brown wrote that although sexual abuse of black women in America is very common, those who face miscarriages as a result are not met with trauma-informed care, even though they are highly in need. In America, 60 per cent of black women have been through sexual abuse...

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Inmates of highly secretive U.S. prisons, also known as communication management units (CMUs), are getting one more chance to challenge their confinement in their case against the Federal Bureau of Prisons on March 15, 2016. Lawyers for the Centre for Constitutional Rights argue that CMUs...

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Prince Edward Island is the only province in Canada where abortion services are unavailable. Due to the costs associated with out-of-province surgeries, some women face class-based discrimination in obtaining their right to undergo the procedure. Although the province covers the cost of the...

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Security agents in Nigeria have threatened, harassed, unlawfully detained and seized equipment of local reporters while covering stories on Boko Haram attacks in the country. Founded in 2002, The Global Terrorism Index said Boko Haram had carried out terror attacks in four West African countries...

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In a brutal rampage that began Jan. 3, 2015, Boko Haram militants laid waste to the Northern Nigerian town of Baga. Thousands fled from their homes. Now, over a year later, the death toll is still unknown. The attack was covered by much of the mainstream media as having been the worst attack by...

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Migrants under Canada’s temporary agricultural work programs have launched a campaign, called Harvesting Freedom, for the right to gain permanent residency so that they are eligible for most of the social benefits Canadian citizens receive. The Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program (SAWP) and...

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A methane leak in the Aliso Canyon in California was the largest methane leak in US history, emitting 5 billion cubic feet, or 97,100 tons of methane from Oct. 23, when the leak was discovered, until it was fully stopped on Feb. 18. The US attended the Paris Climate Summit last year, where the...

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On March 14, 2016, Mauritania ratified a 2014 protocol written by the United Nations in an effort to end a long history of slavery in their country. Joining Niger, Norway, and the United Kingdom, Mauritania is the fourth country to approve the protocol, which aims to abolish forced labour and...

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Some 30 employers and business representatives in Hamilton, Ontario – including the public school board and the Chamber of Commerce – have signed pledges to pay workers a living wage. Hamilton City Council is now preparing to debate in 2016 whether or not the city will make itself a “living wage...

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Transport Canada has ordered Canadian Pacific Railways to correct safety violations involving the testing of brakes on some of its trains in western Canada. According to a short Reuters news item being circulated by Teamsters Canada, the orders were given in a letter to CP on Sept. 3, 2015. The...

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A .22 caliber bullet struck the leg of Canadian-Palestinian artist as she was photographing Israeli Defense forces in Bethlehem on Dec. 11, 2015. Rehab Nazzal is known for, amongst other things, a controversial art exhibit shown at Ottawa’s City Hall, which contained images of Palestinian...

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The UN sees housing as a basic human right and over 200,000 Canadians are not receiving it. A 2016 UN report urges Canada to create a national housing program. The issue isn’t a new one. The UN has been calling for housing justice in Canada since May 2006. The UN Committee on Economic, Social,...

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Tim Bousquet, an investigative journalist and founder of The Halifax Examiner, an independent online journal, has conducted an in-depth investigation into the conviction of Glen Assoun, whose case is under review as a possible wrongful conviction. The Examiner’s investigation sheds light on at...

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For years, students and staff have had to endure mould, rotting walls, broken toilets, leaking ceilings and vermin in their schools, but it wasn’t until Detroit Public Schools (DPS) teachers posted pictures of the disturbing conditions on Twitter in early January 2016 that the problems came to...

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“Global food system faces threats from climate change,” is a report from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and was issued at the United Nations Climate Conference (COP21). The report warns that exceedingly warmer temperatures and altered patterns of precipitation can threaten...

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“Global food system faces threats from climate change,” is a report from the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and was issued at the United Nations Climate Conference (COP21). The report warns that exceedingly warmer temperatures and altered patterns of precipitation can threaten...

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Food waste in America has gotten way out of hand according to Karim Chrobog of YES! Magazine. Chrobog writes that 40% of all food in the country is never actually eaten, but instead sent to giant landfills to rot. The United States uses 80% of its water, 50% of its land, and 10% of its […]

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According to architect and brewer Russ Drinker, “If Californians really want to have an impact on our water use, we have to recycle our freshwater…and get over our psychological resistance to that,” reports Kristine Wong for the Guardian. Active treatment of water is a simple way to save money,...

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While the trafficking of young girls may seem like a problem that does not happen in the United States, it does—as D. Parvaz reports for Al Jazeera America. The sex trafficking of minors is a problem with a scope that reaches much farther than we can imagine. According to the National Center for...

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Edward Snowden says the FBI is lying about needing Apple to unlock San Bernardino Massacre gunman Syed Farook’s iPhone 5C. At the Common Cause Blueprint for a Great Democracy conference, held in downtown Washington, D.C., on March 8, 2016, Snowden said: “The FBI says Apple has the ‘exclusive...

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A report surfacing from the Afrikan Black Coalition (ABC) titled, “University of California Has Millions Invested in Private Prisons,” brings to light that the UC system has investments in private prison corporations totaling $25 million, confirmed by the University of California’s Chief...

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In his article for Truthout, journalist Mario Vasquez showcases the struggle taking place in Spokane, WA between big business, with support of local politicians, against workers concerning minimum wage issues. He notes how state legislatures were being lobbied to restrict what local governments...

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On July 8th, 2015, Alex Nussbaum and David Wethe, writing for Bloomberg Business, published, “California Farms Are Using Drilling Waste Water to Grow Crops.” Nussbaum and Wethe’s article focused on the relationship between oil drilling and wastewater in California. It is significant because of...

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In November 2015, Abby Zimet, writing for Common Dreams, published “Sleeping Outside is Not Voluntary Conduct: The Homeless Fight Back.” Zimet’s article focused on the topic of the criminalization of homelessness. The criminalization of homelessness is significant, as it relates to police...

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On February 23rd, 2016, a journalist for Russia Today published an article titled “Bernie Sanders ‘censored’ by MSNBC while criticizing trade deal.” RT’s article focused on the topic of corporate censorship concerning both Senator Sanders’ campaign and that of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP...

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On October 30, 2015 David Sirota and Andrew Perez writing for the International Business Times published “Hillary Clinton Demands Probe of Exxon After Oil Giant Stops Funding Clinton Foundation”. Perez and Sirota’s article focused on the influence of money on the 2016 Presidential elections. It...

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On January 17th, 2016, Matt Cagel writing for the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California (ACLU) published “Dirtbox Over Disneyland? New Docs Reveal Anaheim’s Cellular Surveillance Arsenal”. Cagels’s article focused on the topic of cellular surveillance equipment being used to spy...

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In September 2015, Alexander Main writing for The Center for Economic and Policy Research published “Hillary Clinton’s Emails and the Honduras Coup.” Main’s article focused on Hillary Clinton’s emails surrounding the Coup in Honduras. The topic of these emails is important because they have...

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On September 15th, 2015, David Sirota and Matthew Cunningham-Cook writing for the International Business Times (IBT) released an article titled “Joe Biden Backed Bills to Make It Harder for Americans to Reduce Their Student Debt.” According to this article, Biden made it more challenging for...

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In August 2015, Cecily Hilleary writing for Voice of America News published “Native Americans Most Likely Victims of Deadly Police Force.” Hilleary’s article focused on the topic of police discrimination and violence against Native American populations. The topic of police discrimination and...

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On June 3, 2015 The Guardian staff published, “California Oil Spill Pipeline Had Been Left to Rust Paper-Thin.” The article focused on how the malpractices of the oil company lead to the oil spill in Santa Barbra and the impact that this had on the environment. This is significant because it...

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On December 22, 2015, Amy Goodman, of the independent news outlet Democracy Now!, published a story called “Pete Seeger, Folk Legend & FBI Target: Declassified Docs Show Iconic Singer Was Spied on for Decades.” Goodman’s article focused on the surveillance Seeger and its potential...

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Private Military and Security Contractors (PMSCs) are further criminalizing the strategically-failed wars on drugs and terror in: Afghanistan, Colombia, Iraq, and elsewhere in the Middle East and Africa — by engaging in business fraud, prosecutorial immunity, child rape, and even murder. On...

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Though many living in the U.S. have a vague conception that the U.S. is intervening to terminate ISIS terrorist forces in Syria today, mainstream media severely downplays the extent to which the U.S. is fighting, and the impacts that these attacks are having on civilians. U.S. military...

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As world newspapers are creating a climate of fear surrounding the Zika virus, they are ignoring a much larger issue. Zika, although in the early stages of research, has been linked to microcephaly. This condition causes a smaller than average head size in infants, which is often caused by...

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In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Citizens United, setting the precedent that the first amendment prohibited government regulation of independent political expenditure, granting individuals and corporations unlimited private election spending. The court case has significantly...

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The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) was approved on October 27, 2015, as a provision of an Omnibus bill that largely deals with federal spending. CISA opens up the ability for Internet surveillance by the Internet providers. The purpose is to “improve cybersecurity in the United...

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South Africa is currently one of the highest reported country with rape in the world. Rape culture in South Africa includes child and infant rape, corrective rape, homosexual rape, and prison rape. Beginning from the roots of their history post-apartheid, rape had become most popular and grew...

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This year a nuclear plant in Piketon, Ohio, which has been operating since 1954, was decommissioned and environmental clean up is underway. Despite the government’s continued efforts to deny former employees assistance there are countless individuals who are being effected by the plant...

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Hospitals have always been safe havens, a place one can go to be healed and protected, but the safe status of hospitals has been declining over the years do to the increased hiring of armed guards and off-duty police officers. Twenty-six year-old Alan Pean discovered the devastating effects of...

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In Ecuador, small-scale banana farmers are struggling to adapt to the supply and demand of international trade. In Ecuador, farmers are seeing the roles of consumers effect the flow of production going through their plantations. In the turn of the 20th century, so-called “banana republics” were...

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Berta Caceres was a hugely influential and high-profile activist against land dispossession of the Honduran government.  She lived everyday of her later life fighting for human rights and protecting the land that she and her fellow neighbors lived and survived off of.  In 2013 Caceres led a...

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Since 2007, the UK has deported thousands of child refugees back to war torn countries in the Middle East. These nations include Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Libya, and Syria. These children are deported once they turn 18. The children fled homelands that were ravaged by war. Fleeing the turmoil of...

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In 2003, the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institute (SCI) at Fayette was opened next to a toxic waste dump. A little more than a decade later, the Abolitionist Law Center found that most of SCI Fayette’s prisoners suffer from some combination of breathing-related, gastrointestinal, and skin...

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