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Puerto Rican prisoner should be freed

By Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero, May 29, 2013

It was out of proportion to keep incarcerating him 14 years ago. Today, it is simply a disgrace.

New focus on rails doesn't bother this rider

New focus on rails doesn't bother this rider
By Christopher Ott
October 18, 2001

The day after the Sept.

Fate of working poor depends on stimulus priorities

Fate of working poor depends on stimulus priorities
By Betsy Leondar-Wright
October 17, 2001

The economic downturn is ominous news for the working poor.

More than 200,000 layoffs have been announced since the attacks of Sept.

Bush administration's policies limit media coverage

Bush administration's policies limit media coverage
By Chris Toensing
October 17, 2001

President Bush insists that the U.S.

War against terrorism not an issue of good vs. evil

War against terrorism not an issue of good vs. evil
By As`ad AbuKhalil
October 16, 2001

President Bush insists to the world that there are only two choices: you are either with "us" or with "them." Yet many people from the Middle East and Muslim countries stand opposed to both Osama bin Laden and Bush.

Both men speak of the conflict in striking Manichean terms: While Bush invokes the biblical language of "evil doers" versus the goodness that he ostensibly represents, bin Laden draws on the discourse of the 7th century wars between Muslims and pagans, whom he calls "infidels."

Many Muslims see both bin Laden and the U.S.

Margaret Sanger remembered, 85 years after the first birth-control clinic

Margaret Sanger remembered, 85 years after the first birth-control clinic
By Gloria Feldt
October 11, 2001

Eighty-five years ago on Oct.