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Megha Majumdar interviews Lily King
By Quintan Ana Wikswo
Andrew Rose interviews Zephyr Teachout
Jonathan Lee interviews Chris Parris-Lamb
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FROM THE GUERNICA DAILY
Chantal Berman and Elizabeth Nugent: Reinventing the Revolution in TunisMarch 2015
Four years after its revolution, what has changed for Tunisia, and for the rest of the world?
Subhankar Banerjee: To Drill or Not to Drill, That Is the QuestionMarch 2015
The Obama Administration, Shell, and the fate of the Arctic Ocean.
Charles Ornstein: New York Legislation Would Make It a Felony to Film Patients Without Prior ConsentMarch 2015
The bill was filed after a ProPublica story about a man whose death was recorded by the real-life medical series “NY Med” without permission. His widow recognized her husband while watching the show on TV.
Marshall Allen: Patient Safety Kickbacks Lead To $1 Million SettlementMarch 2015
The Justice Department claimed patient safety celebrity Dr. Chuck Denham solicited payments from a drug company.
Robert Reich: The 2016 Democratic Nominee & Wall StreetMarch 2015
The Democratic nominee for President will campaign on reviving the American middle class.
Liesl Schillinger: Darkness at MidnightMarch 2015
Boris Nemtsov had the courage to demand justice in Russia and to challenge Putin's regime; it cost him his life.
Annie Waldman: New York City Lays Out Limits on Restraints and SuspensionsMarch 2015
Amid recent calls for reform, New York City’s Department of Education is introducing new restrictions on suspending and restraining kids in city schools.
Norman Solomon: CIA Evidence from Whistleblower Trial Could Tilt Iran Nuclear TalksFebruary 2015
The Jeffrey Sterling trial shows the U.S. government to be committed to deception about the Iranian nuclear program.