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As the Iraq War ends, The New York Times probes one of the darkest days of the war, the massacre by U.S. Marines of two dozen Iraqis in Haditha in 2005.
A Bloomberg News investigation found children working in slave-like conditions growing and picking the cotton used in Victoria’s Secret clothing labeled “Fair Trade.”
If Amazon wasn’t already at war with brick and mortar stores, it may now be.
The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti says it intends to sue the United Nations, because UN peacekeepers are responsible for the cholera epidemic that has killed thousands there.
In the 1960’s, composer Terry Riley ushered in the minimalist music movement with his revolutionary classic “In C.” Now he’s expanding his repertoire to the Indonesian gamelan.
From Gyan Riley to Morcheeba.