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The transnational is claiming that its modified seeds are the only solution to scarcity and rising grain prices.
The Institute for Policy Studies takes you inside Congressman Peter King's first hearing on the "extent of radicalization in the American Muslim community" held on March 10, 2011 and looks further at the issue of Islamophobia.
Withholding their nuclear weapons isn't the only way states retard the progress of disarmament.
If corporations and households with $1 million income paid at the same levels they did in 1961, the Treasury would collect an additional $716 billion a year.
Corporations benefit from tax breaks and loopholes, while armies get fortunes from governments. Without sacrificing social programs, there are better ways to balance the budget.
We can all participate in the first Global Day of Action on Military Spending.
Since it is the 200th anniversary of the British Luddite protests this month, that movement has been getting some attention.
The exhibition, "Artists in Exile: Forgotten Iraqi Refugees in Syria," seeks to bridge cultural gaps between the United States and Arab and Middle Eastern countries.
U.S. human rights groups reacted angrily to the Justice Department's announcement Monday that the self-acclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks will be tried before a military commission at the Guantanamo detention facility in Cuba.
The governments of the United States and Mexico are using large budget expenses to entangle us in the corrupt politics of arms deals.