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The Pentagon Can't Account for $21 Trillion (That's Not a Typo) [Lee Camp / TruthDig]

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The Massacre in Gaza: A Deliberate and Calculated Policy [Steven Chovanec, Truthout]

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37 Palestinians killed in Gaza protests ahead of US embassy opening [Ian Lee, Abeer Salman, James Masters / CNN]

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Killing Gaza [Chris Hedges / TruthDig]

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Federal Communications Commission Announces Net Neutrality Will Officially Die on June 11 [Jake Johnson, Common Dreams]

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Bernie Sanders Has a Sweeping Plan to Expand Union Rights and Workplace Democracy [Miles Kampf-Lassin, In These Times]

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Trump & friends now on the path to bombing Iran

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Dave Chappelle Shreds White House For Taking Offense At Michelle Wolf’s Jokes

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"What They Did to My Son Was Police Terrorism": Richard Risher's Mother Speaks Out [Tess Raser, Truthout]

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Ex-NFL Player Says He Was Violently Arrested After Cops Mistook His Phone For A Gun

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Secret recording shows a top House Democrat pushing a progressive candidate out of a primary [Ella Nilsen / Vox]

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Unconditional Love for Israel, Silence for Palestine [Maj. Danny Sjursen / Antiwar.com]

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Net Neutrality's Slow and Insidious Death Officially Begins Today [Jake Johnson, Common Dreams]

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Every Black Person Has Had A ‘Starbucks Moment’

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Under Louisiana Bill, Peaceful Protesters Could Face 20 Years in Prison [Christine Baniewicz, Truthout]

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Who Will Protect Elections From U.S. Oligarchs? [Paul Street / TruthDig]

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The Trump Administration Is Waging War On The Poor

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Unarmed Black Man Killed In ‘Mind-Boggling,’ Unjustified Barrage Of Police Gunfire: Lawyer

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Shell Knew Science of Global Warming in 1980s, Kept Silent, Report Says [Eric Ortiz / TruthDig]

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Facebook’s Tracking Of Non-Users Sparks Broader Privacy Concerns