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Although elections analysts from both Democratic and Republican organizations anticipate that the 2020 elections will see unprecedented numbers of voters, there will be fewer polling places in 2020 than in previous elections. As Mike Ludwig reported for Truthout, a report from the Leadership...

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Members of the US Senate are heavily invested in the fossil fuel companies that fuel the current climate crisis, creating a conflict between those senators’ financial interests as investors and their responsibilities as elected representatives. According to a September 2019 Sludge Climate report...

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Nuclear power plants are unprepared for climate change. Rising sea levels and warmer waters will impact power plants’ infrastructure, posing increased risks of nuclear disasters, according to reports from the NRDC and Truthout from September 2019.

“If nuclear power is going to have a role...

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The New York Police Department has a rapidly-growing, secret database of almost 20,000 suspected gang members, which includes mostly minorities and many children as young as thirteen. As Nick Pinto reported for the Intercept, the NYPD touts its “Criminal Group Database” as a tool for “precision...

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According to an investigation by the nonprofit organization Reveal, hundreds of police officers are members of misogynistic, racist, anti-Muslim, or anti-government groups on Facebook. From a sheriff’s deputy in Missouri posting anti-Muslim rants to a Georgia officer who shared anti-Semitic...

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A 2019 study by Oceana, a non- profit organization dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans, found that roughly twenty percent of fish bought and sold in the US are mislabeled. In other words, the fish sold are not the kind advertised—with vulnerable species like Atlantic halibut often falsely...

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In April 2019, the US Army announced the launch of its new recruitment effort, “In Our Boots,” which uses virtual reality (VR) to allow potential recruits to “see, hear and feel what it is like to be a U.S. Army Soldier and witness their drive, determination and teamwork.” The Army produced its...

Project Censored - 2019-10-31 - Original post - cached version

The agricultural giant Monsanto—which Bayer acquired in 2018—has created an intelligence surveillance “fusion center” in order to “monitor and discredit” journalists and activists, Sam Levin reported for the Guardian.

Levin wrote that Monsanto “adopted a multi-pronged strategy” to target...

Project Censored - 2019-10-31 - Original post - cached version

According to a database maintained by the Sovereign Bodies Institute, there are 529 cases of missing and murdered indigenous women in the states through which the Keystone XL pipeline runs. Almost eighty percent of these cases remain unsolved and thirty percent are active missing-persons cases....

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Major corporations promise fairness for workers and the environment, yet at the same time support repressive legislation promoted by the American Legislative Exchange Council. On August 19, 2019, nearly 200 corporate executives endorsed a statement produced by a trade group, the Business...

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Owing to the war launched in 2015 by a US-backed coalition of Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, Yemen now suffers from “a complete absence” of law and order, which has given rise to what Ahmed Abdulkareem described for MintPress News as “a black Suq (market) of human trafficking on a scale...

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Over 1,100 US congregations have come together to provide sanctuary to migrants at risk of deportation, Eleanor J. Bader reported for Truthout.  “As the right wing’s anti-immigrant fervor gains steam,” Bader wrote, “entire denominations and individual congregations — Buddhist, Christian, Hindu,...

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Across the globe, lesbians face verbal harassment and physical assault every day, Julie Bindel reported for Truthdig in September 2019. In July 2019, two lesbians riding a London bus were attacked after refusing to kiss for the entertainment of four young men. The teens witnessed a gesture of...

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US intelligence agencies are actively involved in causing dissent in the city of Hong Kong.  The 2019 Hong Kong protests started off as a movement opposing the introduction of the Fugitive Offenders amendment bill proposed by Carrie Lam, the chief executive of Hong Kong’s government, in response...

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For many years, the foster-care system has failed to provide acceptable services for families in need of its care. Jorge Matias, a Guatemalan father, lost the opportunity to raise his son based on the lack of communication and services from the foster-care system. A ProPublica investigation in...

Project Censored - 2019-10-31 - Original post - cached version

SpaceX, Elon Musk’s aerospace company, intends to launch more than 40,000 satellites in order to provide 5G coverage to the world, a development that Global Research and other independent news outlets reported threatens to endanger global health.

SpaceX launched its first group of sixty...

Project Censored - 2019-08-16 - Original post - cached version

Use of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin causes approximately 22 megatons in CO2emissions each year, an amount comparable to the total emissions of entire countries such as Jordan and Sri Lanka, Gregory Barber reported for Wired in June 2019. The Wired article reported the findings of a 2019 study...

Project Censored - 2019-04-05 - Original post - cached version

It is no wonder that school districts feel pressure to protect children. Between January 2015 and March 2019, there were 90 school shootings in 29 states that ended in the deaths of 92 people. But in January 2019, a state court in California ordered the Stockton Unified School District to rein...

Project Censored - 2019-04-05 - Original post - cached version

As bad as the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill was, “the worst-case scenario” for an oil spill catastrophe is not losing control of a single well, as occurred in the BP disaster. Instead, “much more damage would be done if one or more of the thousand or so production platforms that now...

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The FBI tracked three peaceful protesters who participated in the Indiana-based Break Free from Fossil Fuels protest in May 2016, according to documents obtained by the Guardian. Although FBI policy forbids the tracking of people on the basis of their political alignment, the files were...

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The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies have “failed to produce two-thirds of the most urgently needed treatments in developing countries,” the Guardian reported in November 2018. The Guardian’s coverage was based on a report by the Access to Medication Foundation, a nonprofit that analyzes...

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The Endangered Species Act—one of the most powerful laws designed to offer protection to species facing extinction due to human action—is “increasingly challenged by an administration that has little patience for laws and regulations that help protect our lands and wildlife,” Charles Pekow wrote...

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Since March 2018, people in the Republic of Chad have been systematically cut off from Internet by the nation’s government.  The Internet shutdown continues despite a 2016 UN resolution condemning governments that intentionally prevent or disrupt online access. Chadian service providers claim...

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NBA commissioner Adam Silver made waves in the sports world by openly discussing players’ mental health, anxiety, and lack of happiness at the 13th annual MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in March 2019. His remarks opened the door for wider discussion of mental health issues in the US....

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

In the early months of 2019, hundreds of Kurds around the world implemented a hunger strike to protest the ongoing assaults they face at the hands of the Turkish government. An article by Dougie Gerrard for RedPepper explains how Leyla Güven, a member of the Turkish Parliament, started this...

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

What has changed in the three years since court-mandated monitoring of California’s juvenile detention centers ended?  As Samantha Michaels reported for Mother Jones, despite some good news—such as an overall decrease in the numbers of incarcerated youth—the situation is still “pretty grim,” and...

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In a bizarre campaign to out Russian state-backed media, CNN, working with two pro-US/NATO political think tanks, called Facebook’s attention to video pages run by a European outlet, Maffick Media, in an effort to have them de-platformed due to connections with the Russian government. Even...

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Passing of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) has been a struggle for almost a century now. Sage Howard, writing for Women’s eNews, draws the connection between yet another women’s rights issue that the ERA would help to combat: the financial burden placed on women to pay the costs of their...

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Humans are not be predisposed to war, and armed conflict may be just a result of socialization or circumstances, R. Brian Ferguson argues in his landmark 2018 study, “Why We Fight.”

The Rutgers University anthropologist examined instances of war from the beginnings of recorded human...

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The Trump administration is threatening to veto legislation, passed by the House on February 13, 2019, to stop aiding the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen. The US government was previously under fire for its support to the campaign after reports of child soldiers as young as 14 years old...

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When you think of San Francisco’s LGBTQ+ scene, most people think of the Castro. Many don’t know that the Castro was not always the center of LGBT+ history. Before the Stonewall riots in New York, there were riots in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. One of the most noteworthy...

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The pregnancy rate for girls in the Texas foster care system is at an all-time high, with evidence pointing to inadequate sex-education and resources like condoms as contributors.

Of the 7,090 females ages 11 to 18 in foster care in 2017, 332 were pregnant and 218 were parents. Foster...

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According to a study conducted by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, single parents make about a quarter of US undergraduate students. While this is a large group of the student population, colleges with on-campus childcare have declined more than five percent between 2005-2015....

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In August 2018, Kayla Walsh reported for Earth Island Journal on the link between extractive oil industries and human trafficking of indigenous tribal communities. Walsh’s report covers Enbridge Energy’s plans to build a massive crude oil pipeline, referred to as “Line 3”, through tribal land in...

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Seventy-five percent of women serving time in prisons or jails are also primary caregivers for children. While these women are incarcerated, their children often live in foster care. Women of color are particularly impacted: According to a 2010 study produced by Pew Charitable Trusts, one in...

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In April 2018, Wired reported on the targeted advertisement practices used by Facebook, the world’s biggest social networking site. Facebook uses demographic data to allow advertisers to target specific populations. Historically, cigarettes companies were known to target low-income communities,...

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Research suggests that building a strong and powerful shared ideology within a worker-owned business is the key to success, Tim Armstrong reported in the Socialist Entrepreneur. The research describes why worker-owned firms should be treated like Kibbutzim, radical Jewish communes. In each,...

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Millennials face a plethora of problems today: middling wages, student debt, working in a gig economy with little security, and an over-priced housing market. According to Reniqua Allen’s report in the New Republic, black millennials face all the same problems as their white counterparts but to...

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The civilian death rate in Afghanistan is at an all-time high partially due to an increase in US military airstrikes. The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan documented more than 3,800 civilian deaths in the country in 2018, including an estimated 930 children and 11,000 civil casualties....

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Hundreds of police reports document allegations of sexual assaults in immigrant children’s shelters since the surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America began in 2014, according to a December 2018 report by ProPublica. The report, based on six months of research including internal...

Project Censored - 2019-04-03 - Original post - cached version

In February 2019, the New Humanitarian published an overview of the “causes and humanitarian consequences of the violent extremism in West Africa.” The group’s report on extreme violence in northeast Nigeria, northern Cameroon, north and central Mali, and southern Niger is the result of a year...

Project Censored - 2019-04-03 - Original post - cached version

Environmental pollution around the world is negatively affecting children’s health. According to Cesar Chelala at CounterPunch, children comprise almost half of the population of developing countries and most of the deaths reported among youth involve children under five, mostly due to...

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According to the latest estimate from the Costs of War Project at Brown University’s Watson Institute, the US “War on Terror” has killed at least half a million people in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan since 2001. However, the report does not include the half million that have also been killed...

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While the Trump Administration has fought to keep nationals of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen from traveling to the US for fear they are terrorists, white supremacists who vow violence in this country go and come freely to Ukraine, where they train with the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion militia...

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Every day, county and state child services agencies remove children from their parents’ care. Responding to maltreatment complaints for more than seven million children, in 2016 child services agencies across the US found that four million children met initial criteria for abuse, abandonment, or...

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Since 2009, the United States has been conducting drone strikes in Yemen to target Al Qaeda. Problematically, these strikes have proven to repeatedly be off-target. Writing for the Associated Press, Maggie Michael and Maad Al-Zirky write that civilian deaths account for “around a third of all...

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The International Olympic Committee requires a transgender woman to show that she has been reducing her testosterone levels for one year in order to qualify to compete as a woman.

This criterion arises while an ongoing debate considers whether transgender women should be allowed to...

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US president Donald Trump relaxed restrictions for oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in April 2018, in an effort to appease fossil fuel interests. This act of corporate favoritism was deceptively hidden under the “National Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” giving citizens of...

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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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