War, Corporate Profiteering Among Factors Pushing Over 2 Billion To Lack Safe Drinking Water 

A new UN report has found that two billion people around the world do not have access to clean drinking water. However, the report covers just a small part of the global population and fails to address the impact that war and corporate profiteering have had on drinking water access.
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Oil Lobby Spending Less As Sympathetic Legislators, President Provide More Favors

“You will like me so much,” President Donald Trump said to attendees at an energy industry conference last year. His claim has rung true thus far, as his administration has made several moves to benefit the industry and consequently reduced its spending on lobbying this year.

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Bombing The KGB Should Be On The Table, According To One U.S. Official

Russians are “…almost genetically driven to co-opt, penetrate, gain favor…,” according to the U.S.’ former director of National Intelligence. Such rhetoric is gaining greater traction within the U.S. political establishment every day, despite public skepticism of the “Russiagate” narrative.

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Bezos Bans WaPo Staff From Criticizing Corporate Advertisers On Social Media

A new policy at the Washington Post will punish its employees for using social media to make critical statements about the paper’s corporate advertisers. The policy was approved by Jeff Bezos, the billionaire head of Amazon who purchased the newspaper in 2013.

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Bezos Bans WaPo Staff From Criticizing Corporate Advertisers On Social Media

A new policy at the Washington Post will punish its employees for using social media to make critical statements about the paper’s corporate advertisers. The policy was approved by Jeff Bezos, the billionaire head of Amazon who purchased the newspaper in 2013.

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