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Nein Doesn’t Mean Nein

Germany’s problems coping with sexual violence go far beyond the assaults committed by migrants in Cologne.

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Oregon Occupiers Again Trolled on Social Media

An Oregon occupier who tearfully pledged loyalty to the Constitution gets trolled hard on Twitter.

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent

Inside the fight over the American Bar Association's tepid condemnation of Beijing’s crackdown on lawyers and activists.

The Cable

Feds Announce Charges for Hackers Behind JP Morgan Breach

A group of hackers is alleged to have masterminded a $100 million criminal empire that went after big banks' customer data.

The Cable

Judge Orders Limits on NSA Spy Program 20 Days Before It Ends

Judge Richard Leon limits what he calls a "sweeping and truly astounding program that targets millions of Americans arbitrarily and indiscriminately."

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If a Tree Falls in a National Park …

Activists, journalists, and even Michael Bloomberg have been agitating for Peru to finally make Sierra del Divisor a national park. But would it really save this endangered chunk of the Amazon?

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After Brawls in Parliament, Lawmakers Vote to Give Japan’s Military Freer Hand

Japanese lawmakers brawled over a bill to expand the military's engagement in conflict this week. On Friday, the bill passed 148 to 90.

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