California based bankers report a noticeable influx of Hong Kong-Chinese money
That a terrorist group may one day have nuclear capabilities is no longer an idea that can simply be discarded as far fetched.
Sexual harassment and related court cases
This article, widely reprinted by AP and UPI, broke new ground about the conspiracy leading to the assassination of Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero.
The Reagan administration claims that the USSR violated a treaty by exploding overly large nuclear bombs in underground tests, but a classified study shows no evidence of violations.
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. The I Files editors have put together a playlist that takes a look at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender discrimination outside of the U.S.
After a week in which the phone lines of the Associated Press were bugged and Google glasses that can record our every move are being tested, it seems fitting to mark World Information Society Day.
We're taking some of CIR's work to the stage to tell our stories in a new way, reach a new audience on issues that matter and, hopefully, form a powerful connection with the audience.
These CA politicians squeeze the "juice" in Sacramento: http://t.co/N3c3GQVTmg Here's their recipe: http://t.co/aN3ovSCLOJ
After years of reforms, institutions often have no way of knowing if they produced high-quality teachers: http://t.co/DEFk2SHPwe
RT @Publici: How does your state compare to the nation on campaign finance disclosure? Our collaboration w/ @MoneyInPolitics http://t.co/ROZCCCrhKc
Not all green energy is created equal. How legislative battles could change the renewable energy game: http://t.co/v1HYbCCzGP
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