Government

Teen Tells Government How To Save $400 Million
Middle school student Suvir Mirchandani has a simple, elegant idea that saves government millions without touching one single program. Read more...
Project Censored's Most Under-Reported Stories Of 2013
Whistleblowers, wealth gaps and more stories you haven't heard about thanks to America's ever-shrinking news media. Read more...
Cops in high schools -- what could go wrong? A lot. Read more...
Now is the time to lance the boil of Republican extremism once and for all. Read more...
"What we’re seeing in Canada is, the, literally, the elimination of 40 years of environmental laws in the last two years in order to make way for quick expansion of tar sands and pipelines." Read more...

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Felony Charge Recommended For Wisconsin Protest Photographer
After being brutally handled by Wisconsin Capitol police, a protest photographer is being threatened with felony battery of a police officer. Read more...
No Justice, No Peace: Remembering Pfc. LaVena Johnson
Army investigators ruled that LaVena committed suicide by firing her M-16 automatic rifle into her mouth. Her body was found beside the rifle in a contractor's storage tent on a U.S. military base, a trail of blood leading away from her tent, and a gunshot wound that seemed inconsistent with suicide. Read more...
NYC comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer explains the role of comptroller, discusses the 2008 financial crisis and defends market regulation. Read more...
Mexico has captured the head of the notoriously vicious Zetas drug cartel. Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, known as “Z-40,” was caught in Nuevo Laredo by Mexican Marines. Read more...
Eliot Spitzer, former Governor and Attorney General for the State of New York, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the so-called revolving door between the public and private spheres. Read more...