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The last time the United States faced serious internal dissent was in the 1960s and early 1970s, from war resisters and black and Native American movements.The government responded instantly with violent repression, including a well-documented assass

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by Bill Van Auken

A little-noted amendment to a $63 billion Federal Aviation Authority appropriations bill has ominous implications for democratic rights in the United States.

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by Bob Alexander

The phrase, "That Don't Make No Sense," from the Coen brothers' movie O Brother Where Art Thou?, comes to mind every single time I read news from the U.S.

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Joe Wright

A growing body of (missing) evidence is suggesting that the concept of police dash cams as a valuable tool to record the facts of police and citizen interaction is being selectively used and enforced.

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City police officers stopped and questioned 684,330 people on the street last year, a record since the NYPD began yearly tallies of the tactic in 2002 and a 14 percent increase over 2010.

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CBS News

The LAPD is fighting crime from a high-tech war room that gives it eyes all over the city. The surveillance hub is now a model for police forces around the world and KCAL9 got an exclusive tour inside from Chief Charlie Beck. “We are targets on our o

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