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$400 million in Congressional campaign donations. Half the Washington workday spent in fundraising. 210 new SuperPACs. Here are some of the key numbers and trends tracking the influence of money in politics over the past year.
Government scientists are preparing to publish a report that finds levels of mercury up to 16 times higher around the tar sand operations, principally due to oil and gas companies’ excavation and transportation of bitumen in the sands.
Violent clashes erupted in Bangladesh and a 21-year-old student was killed as opposition supporters took to the streets to protest against the general election next Sunday, which they are boycotting.
We can wrest back control of our economy and our political system from corporate speculators with local movements that decentralize economic power through the creation of hundreds of publicly owned state, county and city banks.
by The Editors
Activists experienced some big wins in 2013. There are the ones you already know about, like gay marriage. But here are some equally important victories from the past year that you may have overlooked or forgotten.
Exponentially growing income inequality has widened the gulf between the haves and have-nots in the United States, leaving too many hungry and disempowered.
A small group of caring individuals in Long Island, NY has taken matters into their …
France’s Constitutional Council gave the green light to tax companies paying annual salaries of more than a million euros, advancing President Francois Hollande’s agenda to make corporations and the rich pay more.