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Hurricane Sandy Survivors: Continued Storm Effects, Economic Injustice
Residents impacted by Hurricane Sandy discuss the continued effects of the storm and economic injustice. Read more...
Homeowners have to bear the cost of fixing the agency's mistakes. Read more...
The World Bank is concerned about the effects of global warming and not in a distant-future sort of way. Read more...
Video: This is your Moment of Clarity #235: The Pentagon's funding of memory erasing pills raising a difficult moral question. Do you think anyone at the Pentagon thinks so? Read more...
While the White House Easter Egg Hunt was saved from sequestration, other programs haven't been so lucky. Here's our guide to what's happened since the across-the-board budget cuts took effect. Read more...

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The public may want the government to be able to zap asteroids but the space agency's chief, Charles Bolden, says the money to detect them, much less stop them from wreaking havoc, on Earth is not available. Read more...
We spoke with Dr. Mark Rosenberg, the scientist who led the government's research on guns before funding was cut. Read more...
Former Illinois congressional candidate David Gill joins forces with Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington to challenge IRS oversight of social welfare nonprofits. Read more...
The White House responds to a petition to build a Death Star. Yes, really. A Death Star: Official White House Response to Secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016. This Isn't the Petition Response Read more...
We haven't seen the last of Big Bird--or his Muppet friends. Around a thousand protesters turned out for the Million Puppet March on Capitol Hill on Saturday to demonstrate against Mitt Romney's promise to cut funding to Public Broadcasting Services. Read more...