19 August 2013
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Hindus and Christians in eastern India refused to allow the burial funeral of a woman who converted from Hinduism to Christianity, and her body remained in dispute until police found a neutral site on government...
15 August 2013
I sat in the courtroom all day on Wednesday as Bradley Manning's trial wound its way to a tragic and demoralizing conclusion. I wanted to hear Eugene Debs, and instead I was trapped there, watching Socrates reach for the hemlock and gulp...
15 August 2013
On August 10 violence in Iraq escalated to familiar, yet somewhat distant levels. Car bombs concentrated primarily in Shiite neighborhoods around the Baghdad area exploded within an hour of one another, killing 66 people and wounding more...
12 August 2013
The headquarters of the Nobel Committee is in downtown Oslo on a street named after Henrik Ibsen, whose play “An Enemy of the People” has remained as current as dawn light falling on the Nobel building and then, hours later, on a Fort...
10 August 2013
If the U.S. public began to raise a fuss about U.S. missile strikes that blow up large numbers of civilians at wedding parties abroad, it's not beyond the realm of the imaginable that the U.S. government would begin blaming the explosions...
09 August 2013
Hammer in hand, one sees nails everywhere. Successful unpunished genocide at home in hand, the Pentagon sees Indian Country on six continents. But don't imagine the U.S. military is finished with the original Indian Country yet, including...

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