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Native American Tribe Adopts Its Own Bitcoin Clone

“I think cryptocurrencies could be the new buffalo,” said a Lakota Nation activist.<p>Payu Harris, a Bitcoin developer and activist at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, made a promise last year to continue his tribe's struggle against the United States.<p>"My family fought and died on …

NSA Wants to Keep Phone Records Longer Because of Privacy Lawsuits

The National Security Agency says it needs to hold Americans’ phone records for longer than the law currently allows so they can be used as evidence …

Latest Leak: U.K. Spied On Webchats, Grabbed Millions Of Images

"Britain's surveillance agency GCHQ, with aid from the U.S. National Security Agency, intercepted and stored the webcam images of millions of Internet users not suspected of wrongdoing," <i>The Guardian</i> writes today in its latest report based on material leaked by former NSA contractor Edward …

Potent New Painkiller May Prove Lethal for Addicts, Critics Warn

The new painkiller Zohydro was approved just a few months ago and isn't even on pharmacy shelves yet, but the potent pill has already sparked a firestorm of protest from doctors and activists who fear that it will lead to abuse, addiction and deaths.<p>The Food and Drug Administration, which approved …

Verizon CEO Says You Should Pay More If You Use The Internet Too Much

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam closed out a Monday conference call with investors saying that true net neutrality, which promotes an open Internet where …

Medical Marijuana Bills Advance In Georgia, Kentucky

Georgia and Kentucky advanced bills to legalize medical marijuana this week. To date, medical cannabis is illegal throughout the South.<p>On Thursday in Kentucky, the House Health and Welfare Committee passed the Cannabis Compassion Act by a 9 to 5 margin. The proposed law, HB 350, which was …

Where Did Press Freedom Suffer Most in 2013? Online

This month the Committee to Protect Journalists released its annual analysis of Attacks on the Press, including a "Risk List" of the places where press freedom suffered most in 2013. As you might expect, conflict areas filled much of the list -- Syria, Egypt, Turkey -- but the place on the top of …

What’s good for American corporations isn’t necessarily good for Americans

The United States’s time as the world’s leader in economic production is likely coming to an end, as countries with far-bigger populations gain access to modern technology.<p>But does that matter if US corporations are still the most profitable? Research on corporate finance by Sean Starrs, soon to be …

Income Inequality

No, really, you didn’t build that: How the rich became dependent on government subsidies

<b>Screenshot from the "Koch Brothers Exposed" trailer (Screenshot from the "Koch Brothers Exposed" trailer)</b><p>A new report reveals America’s largest companies aren’t the models of self-sufficiency their CEOs seem to think<p>David Sirota<p>February 27, 2014 11:30pm (UTC)<p>Remember when President Obama was …

Bill Legalizing Phone Unlocking Moves Forward

The Republican-led House of Representatives passed a bill this week to once again legalize the unlocking of cell phones for use with multiple …

Jerry Brown wary of marijuana

SAN FRANCISCO — California Governor Jerry Brown said he is not sure legalizing pot is a good idea in his state because the country could lose its competitive edge if too many people are getting stoned.<p>If pot smoking gains more legitimacy in the nation’s most populous state, Brown said he worries it …

Florida woman's sentence could be tripled in stand-your-ground retrial

A Florida woman who won a retrial after being sentenced to 20 years in prison for firing a “warning shot” in the direction of her violent husband has been told that her jail term could be tripled if she is convicted again.<p>Marissa Alexander could be sent to prison for a minimum of 60 years if she is …

FDA To Increase Access To Generic Morning-After Pills

The Food and Drug Administration has decided to allow generic versions of the most popular form of emergency contraceptive pills to be sold over the counter, without age restrictions, after all.<p>Last July, after a decade-long battle and under court order, the FDA removed the age restriction on sales …

Watch Stephen Colbert lambast the NSA and Snowden at security conference

Stephen Colbert delivered his somewhat controversial keynote speech at the annual RSA security conference Friday, and took the opportunity to lambast the NSA, Edward Snowden, and Mt. Gox, and launch his own "Cloud Fog" security service. "We can trust the NSA," explains Colbert, "because without a …

Here’s what’s really happening in Ukraine, according to Russian bloggers

Events in Ukraine are changing quickly. After a bloody Thursday that featured some of the worst internecine fighting in recent memory, the past week brought one challenge after another for the fledgling interim government in Kiev. Yanukovych, now a wanted criminal, fled the capital for Russia, …

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Americans are doing less of this one thing that will help you get a job

Volunteer work can be incredibly valuable to your career, whether you’re seeking your first professional job or a move into management. That message has been sent out by career bloggers and documented by Deloitte and LinkedIn among others. A 2013 study even found that volunteers are 27% more likely …

Employment

America Doesn't Read Much, Says Map

Congrats, America, we're all illiterate assholes. Or at least, according to this map, we read a hell of a lot less than the rest of the world.<p>The …

Watch The ‘First Ever’ Marijuana Commercial To Air On Major Television Stations

A company called Marijuana Doctors, which connects medical marijuana patients with doctors who can prescribe the drug, claims that it is airing what …

Meet The Former Marijuana Dispensary Employee Going To Prison Today For Complying With State Law

When Robert Duncan was laid off from his job in the television industry, he got a call from some family friends offering him a job. He was hesitant …

Georgia House Of Representatives Approves Medical Marijuana Bill

The Georgia House of Representatives on Monday approved a bill that would legalize medical marijuana in the state. The vote came just under the wire …

Barbara Bush May Be OK With Jeb Bush Running In 2016, After Initial Opposition

Former first lady Barbara Bush is evolving in her views on a potential presidential run by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R).<p>Bush sat down with Fox News in an interview that aired Wednesday in which she said "maybe it's OK" if her son runs in 2016.<p>In a NBC interview last April, she said, "We've had …

D.C. Will Decriminalize Pot Possession as Long as Congress Doesn't Interfere

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>On Tuesday night, Washington, D.C.'s city council approved a bill to decriminalize possession of …

Louisiana's Coastline Is Disappearing Too Quickly for Mappers to Keep Up