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49ers’ QB sits for National Anthem in protest of police brutality

With the NFL regular season approaching, some American football fans are getting a rude awakening from their off-season slumber. 

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Our Revolution launched, already succeeding

"We changed the conversation regarding the possibilities of our country. That is what we changed."

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Billionaires ante up to keep control of House and Senate

The GOP is being urged to recognize one fact: that they all share the same goal of maintaining control of the U.S. government - with or without the presidency.

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Why not a “no first use” for nuclear weapons?

Members of the international peace group Global Network traveled to California's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, to stand again with victims of nuclear war.

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Protests against Confederate flag at Lorain, Ohio County Fair

"This isn't the flag I fought under in Vietnam," stated highly decorated vet Sam Felton.

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Immigration Myths vs Facts: New pamphlet published for 2016 election

Immigration has become central to the 2016 presidential election. Trump says immigrants are a threat to America. A new pamphlet hits back with facts.

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Breakthrough: Private university graduate students can organize

"We expect our relationship with the administration to be much easier; to establish a much more democratic process to determine our work conditions."

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Meet Gillary: She’s 18 and already changing the world

Gillary is starting college, and plans to study biology. "I'm going to do health related research, so I can find cures for diseases that affect animals."

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Today’s photo ID laws are yesterday’s beans in a jar

"I can still recall the first time I saw what state-sanctioned discrimination looked like."

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In battleground Missouri, Senate candidate Kander slams GOP rival over workers’ rights

In Missouri, GOP Sen. Roy Blunt faces a tough challenge from labor-backed Jason Kander. 

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