• Portrait of Louis the XVI by Antoine-François Callet. (Portrait: commons.wikimedia.org)
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    The corporate giant is pouring money into a city council race in Richmond, California, site of one of the state's two largest oil refineries – both owned by Chevron.
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    An apple a day doesn't just keep the doctor away. In Poland, it's also an act of defiance against Vladimir Putin.
  • Climate Change You Can Believe In
    The signs of a changing climate are all around us. But for some US policymakers, money speaks louder than facts.
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    As summer ends, Republicans and Democrats alike dance with the ones that brung them.
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    News coverage of Michael Brown's death in Missouri is proof once more of social media's power and the necessity of an Open Internet.
  • Richard Nixon: Honk If You Think He Was Guilty
    Moyers & Company's senior writer reflects on the week President Nixon resigned, and what America has since forgotten about Watergate.
  • Deep in the Tell-Tale Heart of the Texas GOP
    In its official 2014 platform for Texas, the GOP has gone for the chimerical bucket list of the extreme right instead of trying out real solutions to address real problems.
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    A nostalgic London trip for fun reminds our senior writer that the power of money in politics corrupts both our democracies.

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