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Local Journalism runs on Civil.

Metropolitan Brewing Celebrates 10 ‘Incredibly Satisfying’ Years Of Making Beer In Chicago

Affordable housing crisis threatens vitality of Colorado’s high-country economies

Episode 20: Californication Rises in the East

Legalized Marijuana in New York State: The Green Gold Rush

IN NORTH CAROLINA, CLIMATE CHANGE & VOTER SUPPRESSION WORKED HAND-IN-HAND

Investigative Journalism runs on Civil.

S3 EP1: The Lifecycle of an Idea

Twenty House Republicans Donated to Duncan Hunter’s Islamophobic Campaign

Thousands of Immigration Cases Are on Hold Due to the Government Shutdown

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GroundTruth

Policy Journalism runs on Civil.

I’ll Ask Joe: Am I a Failure if Rehab Doesn’t Work for Me?

In ICE’s Arsenal: Cannabis Convictions

The BIG MAC Trademark Exits the European Union

International Journalism runs on Civil.

‘May our worst days be like this’: an ode to rakı

Etecsa cobra pero bloquea los mensajes por el No y la abstención en el referendo

La batalla por ganar el referendo constitucional del próximo 24 de febrero ha llevado al Gobierno cubano a realizar todo tipo de acciones. Junto a la publicidad por el “Yo Voto Sí” en los partidos de béisbol y la avalancha de mensajes de apoyo en las redes sociales ha optado por la censura de los mensajes de solo texto (SMS) que incluyan llamados a votar No o a la abstención.

14ymedio

This alternative news source from Indonesia’s largest Muslim organization is fighting hardline Islamism online.

(Image supplied by Islami.co)

Millennial-focused Muslim site Islami.co is doing things a little differently to Indonesia’s mainstream media. Recent articles include an analysis of the way Spongebob Squarepants characters represent different sins and a thinkpiece exploring the possibility that Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean is a Muslim (the writer concludes he probably isn’t).

Splice

THE RISE OF HATE, FAKE NEWS HURTS MINORITIES IN SOUTH KOREA

Global Ground took a closer look at the top 10 YouTube channels, ranked by number of subscribers, identified by Hankyoreh which have produced or distributed anti-refugee, anti-Muslim or anti-LGBTQ fake news at least once.

Global Ground

NARCOAMÉRICA

Narcoamérica es un viaje por la ruta de la cocaína, desde las calles de Manhattan hasta el sur de Chile.

Dromomanos