June

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U.S. prepares dangerous Iraq exit

This summer the U.S. may be facing its "most dangerous remaining mission" in Iraq - getting our troops out.

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Song and struggle: "Preacher and Slave"

Joe Hill was a talented singer and songwriter. He's remembered as a renowned troubadour of labor, and toured the country helping to organize workers.

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Palin, Paul Revere and the rewards of ignorance

Sarah Palin and her friends on the Republican right seem to have never heard of either validity or reliability.

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Equal and quality education? It's about the money

If we want to preserve America's status as a world leader, we had better start pouring money into preparing poor kids for leadership.

Open letter to corporate America

Prove Marx and Engels wrong, or the workers will prove them right. Here's hoping, and working, for the latter!

Hospital ERs at market’s mercy

I've long been a firm believer in public health care for all. Why not? We've had hugely successful Social Security and Medicare for decades.

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GOP: stuck on stupid?

When speaking of the ridiculous, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin seems to be a great place to start.

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Werner Herzog goes deep in 3-D "Cave of Forgotten Dreams"

An exclusive visit to see the paintings deep inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, arranged by permission of the French government. Very few people will ever see these paintings with their own eyes.

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Sorry, no vampires in “Tree of Life”

This film had us wishing vampires would make an appearance, but we were wrong.

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World Environment Day: Pay attention before it's too late

If the environment continues to heat rapidly, permafrost will melt ever faster, releasing greenhouse gases to such an extent that it overwhelms any possible improvement by human action.

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