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Sitting While Black in Minnesota: Cops Tase Man For Not Stating His Name

A video captured the confrontation between police officers and the Tased man who refused to identify himself.

Pink Floyd's Roger Waters: 'The Moral Perversity of the U.S. Position on Gaza Is Stunning'

I think it's safe to say that if U.S. neighborhoods were living under siege, folks like Rand Paul wouldn't take it.

Fareed Zakaria's Is Plagued by More Than Plagiarism—He and Other Pundits Suffer from Arrogance

Zakaria showed his true character in his outburst on 'Charlie Rose.' In August, 2011, about a year before Fareed Zakaria's misappropriation of some paragraphs written by New Yorker writer Jill Lepore prompted his brief suspension by Time, The Washington Post, and CNN and his resignation from the Yale Corporation, I reported an earlier instance his duplicitous "editing" as he scrambled to tidy up an uncharacteristically id-like public eruption on the Charlie Rose Show.

The NRA Just Tweeted '7 Ways Children Can Have Fun at the Shooting Range'

Is one of them shooting your instructor with an Uzi? We maintain our right to be shocked at the utterly wanton, bloodthirsty idiocy of the NRA.

Al Sharpton Does Not Have My Ear: Why We Need New Black Leadership Now

The Rev. displayed his limitations in the pulpit at Mike Brown's funeral. Racial politics in the U.S.

Leading Researchers Who Oppose Legal Pot Are Paid by Painkiller Manufacturers

Now why would companies that make opioids want to line the pockets of marijuana prohibitionists? The following first appeared on  Let’s face it, many of us would need a little extra incentive to spend our careers standing on the wrong side of history.

5 Weirdest Places People Have Had Sex

After a woman was arrested for filming a porn in a church, we take a look at infamous sites of X-rated shoots.

How Did All This Surplus Military Hardware End Up in Police Hands?

And while we're at it, how about the residents in towns with all this firepower review the program? U.S.

Thousands of California FedEx Drivers Have Been Exploited By Corporate Execs, Court Rules

A Ninth Circuit panel says they are employees, not contractors. In a big win for labor, a federal appeals court in northern California ruled in a class-action suit Wednesday that 2,300 FedEx Ground drivers are not contractors—as the giant corporation claimed—but employees.

California's 1-Percenters Are Flush With Water as the Rest of the State Remains Parched

Celebrities and moguls aren't doing without while the region suffers from a disastrous drought. While most of California worries, cuts back, and braces for the worst of this epic drought, the Golden State's 1-percenters are staying flush with water.

11 Signs You're With The Person You Should Marry

What makes for a great date may not be all you need for a great relationship. Do men have biological clocks?

It’s Not Just the South and Fox News: Liberals Have a White Privilege Problem Too

White privilege is a protection racket, the ultimate head start. The "liberal meritocracy" benefits from it too.

Climate Shocker: Warming Oceans Creating Great Plumes of Methane Bubbles Near the Atlantic Coast

The bubbles could be adding as much as 90 tons of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Streams of methane bubbles are percolating along the Atlantic coast between North Carolina’s Outer Banks and Massachusetts’ Cape Cod.

Gay Veteran Stricken With Cancer Pleads With Arizona Judge to Recognize His Marriage

Under state law, George Martinez won't be able to leave his spouse his military benefits when he dies.

Not Even Toxic Waste Stops Gentrification: 3 New York Superfund Sites in Developing Neighborhoods

Archive articles, federal documents, slideshows and more on the three big cleanups now underway in New York.

Attorney: Video Shows Police Shot Ohio Man 'On Sight' as He Leaned on Toy Gun in Walmart

John Crawford III was carrying an unpackaged BB/pellet rifle he picked up in the toy department before he was killed by police.

ISIS Raises the Stakes While the U.S. Pursues Bankrupt Syria Policy

Fighters are now driving deeper westwards into Syria. The killing of James Foley by Isis caused an upsurge of international revulsion and condemnation with harsh words from the US defence secretary and others.

'Poor Doors' Are Only the Tip of the Affordable Housing Iceberg

The controversial practice has everyone up in arms, but there are much more pressing housing policies that need to be changed.

How Fox News Promoted One of the Most Bogus Ferguson Smears So Far

How did Fox News run a totally bogus Ferguson story? Welcome to the truly slimy side of the right-wing hit machine The killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed young black man shot at least six times by police officer Darren Wilson, and the resulting protests in Ferguson, Missouri, left the right-wing media machine in something of a conundrum.

America Seems to Be Observing Ferguson from Parallel Universes

Let’s hope for an investigation that surprises the skeptics. The radio host asked over the phone whether I was in Ferguson.