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Meet the Riot Squad: Right-Wing Reporters Whose Viral Videos Are Used to Smear BLM Watch the full video: By , @RobertMackey  @TravisMannon 

This week on @intercepted : @fastlerner  & @lhfang  discuss how the pharmaceutical industry has ruthlessly fought to maintain IP protection throughout the pandemic despite global calls to share knowledge and know-how to end the crisis as quickly as possible.

Rather than reading relatively controlled textual accounts in the morning paper the next day, ordinary people the world over witnessed the violent scenes blow-by-blow, writes @MazMHussain .

Opponents of “wokeness” want to declare anti-racist struggle dead, but co-optation doesn’t determine the radical usefulness of a concept, writes @natashalennard .

Critics say calling these products “insurance” is a deceptive marketing ploy that provides tenants with a false sense of security.

Rep. Ilhan Omar bluntly called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu an “ethno-nationalist.” Rep. Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian American, added, “I am a reminder to colleagues that Palestinians do indeed exist.”

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Documents show Amazon is aware drivers pee in bottles and even defecate en route, despite company denial by @kenklippenstein 

“He should apologize to the children that have been separated from their parents,” said Rep. @Ocasio2018  of GOP leader Kevin McCarthy, who demanded she apologize for calling ICE detention centers “concentration camps.” by @NicholasBallasy 

A Texas elementary school speech pathologist refused to sign a pro-Israel oath, now mandatory in many states — so she lost her job. Watch our 3-minute video of this story: by

For years, the FBI knew — but did not warn the public about — the fact that white supremacist infiltration of law enforcement could result in "abuses of authority and passive tolerance of racism."

The five New York City ZIP codes with the highest rates of positive tests for the coronavirus have an average per capita income of $26,708, while residents in the five with the lowest rates had an average income of $118,166.

Sen. Bernie Sanders will propose a sweeping 10 percent cut to Pentagon spending, with the savings redirected as grant money to “high-poverty” areas in the U.S.

Mike Bloomberg exploited prison labor to make 2020 presidential campaign phone calls by @jbwashing 

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