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Building Bridges Radio: NYPD Doctors Crime Stats

Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash | Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report, National Edition. Produced by Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg

Village Voice reporter on how NYPD distorted crime stats Full Story  0 Comments

FREEDOM PARTY CANDIDATES FOR NEW YORK STATE-WIDE OFFICE SPEAK OUT!

Amadi Ajamu | NYC Councilman Chares Barron is running for Governor, Buffalo's highly awarded educator/historian Eva Doyle for Lt. Governor and the Harvard educated attorney and former Administrative Judge, Ramon Jimenez is the candidate for Attorney General - November 2, 2010 elections. Full Story  6 Comments

Cooper Union Student Shot in Face and Loses Eye in Demonstration in Israel

ISM | American activist loses eye after being shot in face with tear gas canister Full Story  30 Comments

New Yorkers Protest Israeli Attack on Aid Boat

Billy Wharton | Signs reading “US Dollars out of Israel” and “Save Humanity, Boycott Israel” reflected the sentiment of demonstrators. Full Story  7 Comments

Green Party Nominates Clark, Lawrence for US Senate; Willebrand Comptroller

Mark Dunlea | Gloria Mattera, a long time peace activist from Brooklyn was nominated to run for Lt. Governor on a ticket with Syracuse labor activist Howie Hawkins (www.howiehawkins.org). Colia Clark was nominated to run for the US Senate seat presently held by Chuck Schumer, while Cecile Lawrence was picked to fill out the Senate seat previously held by Hillary Clinton. Julia Willebrand, a long time environmental activist from Manhattan who received more than 117,000 votes for Comptroller four years ago, was chosen to run for that seat again. Full Story  4 Comments

Updating Lynne Stewart's "Love Struggle"

Stephen Lendman | Lynne will be resentenced July 15 Full Story  3 Comments

Aafia Siddiqui: Victimized by American Depravity

Stephen Lendman | criminal depravity Full Story  4 Comments

MTA, City & State to Students: Drop Dead

Michael Gould-Wartofsky | Now that it's $2.25 and rising, there's a pretty penny to be made from 585,000 new fares, not to mention planned cuts to Access-A-Rides for the disabled, at least 1,100 layoffs of MTA workers, and maybe another fare hike for good measure. It's all about "gap closing," as the MTA's 2010 Budget coins its program of deficit reduction via service reduction. Yet there are other gaps, other deficits that recent events have brought to the attention of the public (and they implicate the City and the State as much as the MTA). Full Story  12 Comments

Aafia Siddiqui: Victimized by American Injustice

Stephen Lendman | a human tragedy and gross injustice Full Story  2 Comments

The Right To A Fair Defense Cannot Be Controversial: The Case of Fahad Hashmi

Udai Malhotra | We must consider cases such as Fahad Hashmi's, which illustrates the overreaching powers that have come to characterize the Federal Government, the intelligence community, and the American justice system through the War on Terror. Full Story  0 Comments

THIS SUNDAY: Gaza Report Back

The Indypendent | Join us this Sun., Jan. 17, for our Gaza report back, discussion and fundraiser at 5 p.m. at Brecht Forum. Full Story  7 Comments

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