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Left News: September 18, 2022 The Intercept-Border Wall Construction Resumes Under President Joe Biden

Fossil Fuel Industry Seeks to Expand Free Speech for Corporations and Limit It for Citizens

Amy Westervelt

As oil companies push to criminalize dissent, they’re also making the case that climate denialism is protected speech, not fraudulent advertising.

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Detroit Cops Want $7 Million in Covid Relief Money for Surveillance Microphones

Sam Biddle

The company behind the mics, ShotSpotter, is going all out to guide police stations across the country on how to use relief money for the controversial technology.

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Border Wall Construction Resumes Under President Joe Biden

Ryan Devereaux

The Biden administration laid out its plans to rev up work on completing Donald Trump’s signature project.

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“I Can’t Believe He Did That”: Retired Kansas City Detective Charged With Kidnapping and Rape

Jordan Smith

Roger Golubski has long dodged allegations that he framed suspects and engaged in a pattern of abuse. Will his victims finally find justice?

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Livestream: Leaving Afghanistan

The Intercept

Afghans forced into exile after the Taliban took over last summer tell their stories in a conversation with The Intercept and New America.

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An Afghan refugee finds new purpose teaching fellow migrants Italian.

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