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Since 2000, US suicide rates have shockingly increased by 25 percent, calling for an urgent national discussion on depression, suicide prevention and more importantly, the factors underlying mental-emotional illness. Some call for developing new antidepressants, noting the inefficacy of current...

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On August 29, 2018, Pennsylvania instituted a 12-day prison lockdown. Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel, backed by Governor Tom Wolf, claimed the lockdown was an emergency measure in response to widespread infection of prison staff from physical contact with synthetic...

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In late 2017, Dr. Albert Ponce, a political science professor at Diablo Valley College (DVC) in Northern California, received violent threats via email, phone calls, and social media following a public lecture on history and white supremacy, which was allegedly recorded and edited by a student...

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In recent years, the media giant Pierre Omidyar has been strengthening his network and influence by funding multiple media companies to manipulate public opinion in service of his own businesses, Alexander Rubinstein and Max Blumenthal report for Mint Press News. Omidyar’s numerous conflicts of...

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At least six people were killed after a suicide bomber attacked a protest site in Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul, according to a November 2018 report by Al Jazeera. Twenty more were wounded in the blast that happened in downtown Kabul in front of a high school. Attempting to reach the protestors...

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Due to severe pollution of the Litani River, on November 8, 2018, Lebanon’s Minister of Industry officially shut down 75 factories “operating without a valid license” that were contributing to the river’s pollution. The Litani River is Lebanon’s longest river, and the country’s main water source...

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As climate change worsens and Kenyan farmers struggle to make a reliable income from food crops alone, agroforestry—the practice of growing trees in fields to protect the crops and soil from harsh weather – is bringing life back to the Kibwezi village, thanks to the Melia Volkensii tree. Called...

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School lunches are big business. As Korsha Wilson reported for YES! Magazine in November 2018, school districts nationwide spend a total of approximately $3 billion annually on food contracts, most of it with large farms. As Beth Hopping, co-founder of the Food Insight Group told YES! Magazine...

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The popularity and widespread use of wireless technologies has spawned a telecommunications revolution with increasing public exposure to broader and higher frequencies of the electro-magnetic spectrum as we transmit data through a variety of devices. The Telecom industry is promoting the...

Project Censored - 2019-04-02 - Original post - cached version

When covering the results of the 2018 midterm elections, the establishment media consistently misrepresent the working class, according to a report by FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting) from November 2018. Specifically, FAIR reports that news reports on the impact of the working class on...

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The US oil and gas industry has the potential to “unleash the largest burst of new carbon emissions in the world” through 2050, according to a January 2019 report from Oil Change International, an organization that works to expose the true costs of fossil fuels and advocates for clean energy....

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In winter 2017, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) began reviewing the environmental consequences of creating a region-wide series of fuel breaks to control wildfire in sagebrush land. Fuel breaks are strips of land that has been altered to slow or control the spread of fire.  The fuel breaks...

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Since 2016, euthanasia has been legal in Canada.  Now, a hospital in Toronto is exploring whether “capable” minors can give consent on their own to being euthanized. Although parents of a child are normally involved in end of life decisions, if an otherwise competent patient indicated that they...

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San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) is in the process of evicting a disabled grandmother, Tamal Griffin, and her four grandchildren from the Sunnydale Projects, which is a predominately-Black neighborhood in San Francisco, according to Sulaiman Hyatt and Maria Zamudio’s report for the San...

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In April 2018, Congress called Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Wells Fargo’s CEO Tim Sloan, Amtrak’s CEO Richard Anderson, and Richard Smith, former CEO of Equifax, to testify on their companies’ conduct. Notably absent, Jacqueline Havelka reported for Citizen Truth, have been the leaders of Big...

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In the earliest days of the internet, many in the tech world thought social networks would usher in a new era of dialogue and a more informed, civilized society. This is the reverse of what happened says Jaron Lanier, one of the forefathers of the digital age. While social media seems important...

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In July 2018, Elkhart County Community Corrections Facility’s disregard for human rights led to the death of a mother of five. After she was arrested for shoplifting at Walmart, Lamekia Dockery died in custody. Guards ignored her desperate pleas for medical attention. In her report for the...

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Africa’s best young soccer players often rely on their sports skills to get them a ticket to Europe, where football clubs offer the best players a way out of poverty. African boys who dream of the bright lights of the top European soccer clubs are enticed by “agents,” who travel to Africa and...

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New research by the University of Sydney and the NSW Poisons Information Centre reported that self-poisoning among Australian children and young adults is increasing rapidly and also starting at younger ages. The number of self-poisonings in Australia has doubled in the last ten years. Among the...

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Israel’s economic siege of Gaza and its repeated bombing of water and sewage infrastructure are exacerbating a decades-old problem of a collapsing aquifer that has left 97 percent of Gaza’s drinking-water wells below minimal health standards for human consumption. Consequently, the contaminated...

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Japan vowed that the 2020 Olympics would be the greenest games in history, and the Tokyo committee’s sustainable sourcing code requires that the timber it uses is legal, planned, and “considerate” towards ecosystems. But nearly 90 percent of the wood used in the construction of facilities and...

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While some projections show a shortage of 100,000 doctors in the U.S. by 2030, more than 65,000 doctors trained and licensed in foreign countries but living here cannot practice.

Frequently working at menial jobs while trying to get U.S. certification, many qualified doctors cannot meet...

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An estimated 15 million people worldwide live and work within landfills — combing through trash every day for items of the slightest value to sell. They make about $3.25 a day and live on average to 35 years old.

Landfill slums, where the local economy runs on trash, have been documented...

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CBS broadcast the Super Bowl on Sunday February 3, 2019, but it never aired the American Sign Language performance by Aarron Loggins, a deaf performer and activist. The television audience for the 2019 Super Bowl was estimated to be one hundred million viewers. This Super Bowl was special in...

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Minnesota State Representative Cal Bahr (R) called for violence against Democratic proposers of gun safety measures at a Gun Owners Caucus rally held at the capitol in February.  According to reports from Raw Story and other news outlets, Bahr, a second term representative from Bethel, told the...

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In January 2019, Citizen Truth published an article, written by Will Bacha, reporting that Madrid started taxing the city’s homeless population. According to the article, city officials are claiming that the taxing of homeless has been going on for years for government assistance programs.  In...

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Is medical care a right in today’s world? Over 28 million people in the US are uninsured, 21 percent of whom are non-citizens, including undocumented immigrants. Treating immigrants who do not qualify or meet the standards for health benefits poses an ethical challenge for physicians who seek to...

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The FDA is trying to reduce the frequency of animal testing and, in some cases, trying to end the use of dogs as test subjects, according to a November 2018 statement issued by the agency’s commissioner, Scott Gottlieb. The reason some companies use dogs for experimentation is because dogs are...

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In 2017-2018, the UK Student Loans Company, a public-sector company that aids students with college expenses, reported that cyber criminals had tried to infiltrate their systems 965,369 times. As ComputerWeekly reported, “Cyber criminals used a range of techniques, as well as malware, malicious...

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On Friday, January 11, 2019, the Guardian’s Lily Kuo reported that Muslim minorities are being held captive in internment camps in the Xinjiang region of China. As people gather outside to see their loved ones, many prisoners are kept in the camps between months and years before receiving a...

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Donald De La Haye had an athletic scholarship to the University of Central Florida until his YouTube channel “Deestroying” got very popular. De La Haye had over 90,000 subscribers and was earning between $2,000 and $31,000 a month from his YouTube channel when UCF and the National Collegiate...

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Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots who stands accused of soliciting prostitutes in Florida, donated $100,000 in 2015 to My Life My Choice, a Boston-based group that serves the victims of human trafficking and child sexual exploitation, David Roth reported for Deadspin in...

Project Censored - 2019-04-02 - Original post - cached version

With fewer than half the US population believing the official World Trade Center narrative, a New York Grand Jury is being called to investigate unprosecuted 9/11 crimes.

Since September 11, 2001, the price for America’s war on terror has hit $6 trillion, and more than 480,000 people have...

Project Censored - 2019-04-01 - Original post - cached version

Each year’s Project Censored volume includes a chapter on “junk-food news” — trivial or scarcely-significant stories that receive disproportionate coverage by the corporate media, thereby crowding out more-significant issues. This week’s Project Censored Show features three of the researchers...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

Google has further blurred the lines of corporate invasion of privacy with the introduction of Google Opinion Rewards, a survey app for Android and iOS users that allows them to earn “rewards.” In exchange, Google gets access to the phone screens and web browser windows of those who use the app...

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A group of Kentucky citizens fighting to rid their hometown landfill of illegally dumped radioactive fracking waste has challenged the state environmental regulators’ approval of a plan to seal the illegal waste in the ground.

Concerned Citizens of Estill County filed a petition with the...

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A documentary film exposing the extensive influence and power the Israel lobby has in Washington, DC politics has been leaked to the media after the Qatar government pulled it from Al Jazeera, which it controls.

In August 2018, several excerpts of the censored documentary were leaked and...

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From its beginnings on the grounds of a leased hotel in Houston in 1983 to its current status as the nation’s second-largest operator of private prisons, Shane Bauer tracks the history of CoreCivic, linking the “renewed fortunes” of the for-profit prison industry under the Trump administration...

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On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo host the inaugural episode of  Getting to Know The 2020 Presidential Candidates. Each month they will provide a biopic of four candidates competing for the US Presidency. This...

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When a US drone attack in Yemen decimated a car carrying at least six civilians, the United States insisted it was targeting Al-Qaida. But family members have pushed back, saying the victims were not militants. They want the US to acknowledge their kin were civilians and they want compensation...

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Triggering a federal investigation and new legislation in Congress, fugitive Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah’s 2016 manslaughter case hit a dead end in Multnomah County, Oregon. The Saudi perpetrator disappeared just weeks before his trial after posting a $100,000 bail in 2017. The money was given to...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

In February 2019, the people of Okinawa, Japan overwhelmingly voted “No” during a referendum on whether to relocate a US military base to Okinawa’s Henoko coastal district. Seventy percent of voters, 434,000 people, opposed construction of a new base on Okinawa’s northeast coast. The prime...

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On February 19, 2019, Al Jazeera published an article, “Death Toll in Last Week’s Nigeria Attack Doubles to 130,” providing updated information on the attacks in the northwestern state of Kaduna. Though the incident came just hours before presidential and legislative elections, Kaduna’s governor...

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In February 2019, massive protest and violence broke out in Haiti, near the capital of Port-au-Prince, leaving the country in catastrophe. News that the Haitian government has misused the funds from PetroCaribe—an oil agreement Haiti had with Venezuela, intended for fund Haitian social...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

Google’s hand will remain in a controversial, secret–and lucrative– Pentagon program that uses drone technology to identify targets for military strikes. In 2018, Google faced resignations and a massive internal protest with thousands of employees signing a petition urging the company to sever...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

Astrid Holleeder was Wim Holleeder’s attorney, confidant, and most importantly his brother. A family from the Netherlands, the Holleeder’s lived a life of pain and suffering in their upbringing, and as a young adult Wim Holleeder became a major leader in organized crime. As the New Yorker...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

Since 2015, the United Kingdom has increased by 1,100 percent its military arms licenses for defense firms exporting to Israel. As a result, Israel has gone on a military shopping spree, loading up on hardware such as small arms ammunition, missiles, weapon sights, and sniper rifles.

The...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

The Guardian reported that, in December 2018, the largest collection of online data breaches in history was discovered, including some 770 million email addresses and passwords. This 87GB database was discovered by Troy Hunt, who runs a breach notification service and believes that the...

Project Censored - 2019-03-29 - Original post - cached version

Since the mid-1980s, residents of a rural town in eastern Kentucky have been battling a local landfill that borders two schools and a major water source. As Austyn Gaffney reported for the Natural Resources Defense Council’s onEarth, two thousand tons of radioactive waste and other contaminated...

Project Censored - 2019-03-27 - Original post - cached version

In October 2018 Nafeez Ahmed reported for Motherboard on Pentagon efforts to use social media surveillance “to quell domestic insurrection and rebellion.” In addition to the Pentagon funding Big Data research to determine how social media surveillance can help predict the outbreak of conflict,...

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