A fallen government minister who fought the 'green blob' seems to be contemplating a US-style insurgency, writes George Monbiot.
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Thomas Piketty's book, Capital in the 21st Century, has almost had the effect of a tsunami on economic thinking in the United States, writes Thomas Riggins
New York City settlement of fire department discrimination is a blow against racism but panned by ultra-right New York Post
Investigative reporter Greg Palast is usually pretty good at peering behind the rhetoric and seeing what is really going on. But in tearing into Senator Elizabeth Warren's support of postal financial services, he has done a serious disservice to the underdogs
I have three challenges for the architects of a proposed transatlantic trade deal. If they reject them, they reject democracy, writes George Monbiot.
Free Rolf Kaestel: The prisoner who blew the whistle on a prison blood scandal linked to Bill ClintonFebruary 11, 2014 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Most of us have read how difficult it has been for whistleblowers Julian Assange and Edward Snowdon since exposing state secrets, now imagine blowing the whistle from behind bars of one of America's most notorious penitentiaries
Before President Obama even began the State of the Union address, two people I knew in the audience, from two defining points in my life
Welfare payments, health care for the poor, and benefits for the elderly and disabled have been slashed. State workers have been downsized
I don't claim to be any expert on rap music but seeing a photo of Snoop Dog in a smart jacket at the White House in the company of Obama was a bit of a let down
It is now fifty years ago, come November 22nd, that John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas in an event that had a huge bearing on the course of history from that day on