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Fashion Model/Filmmaker Launches Workers' Rights Organization for the Modeling Industry
Posted on: Feb 9, 2012, Source: The Guardian
Model Sara Ziff, who made a film called "Picture Me" that revealed the seedy underbelly of the fashion industry, wants to help models fight for their rights.
Are Wealthy News Corp Investors Turning on Rupert Murdoch?
Posted on: Jan 31, 2011, Source: The Guardian
Scandal in the UK and a boycott in the US has wealthy News Corp investors restless.
Guantanamo on the Brink: Death Looms for Inmates Amid Hunger Strikes and Beatings
Posted on: Feb 8, 2009, Source: Independent UK
Dozens of hunger strikes, beatings, instances of forced feeding and other atrocities have reportedly reduced Guantanamo to near chaos.
Obama Surges Ahead in Florida
Posted on: Oct 5, 2008, Source: The Observer UK
After eight years of disappointment in Florida, Obamaâ€™s supporters are dreaming of revenge in one of the crucial battlegrounds of the election.
Despite Decades of Progress, Race Fears Still Haunt the U.S.
Posted on: Mar 31, 2008, Source: The Observer UK
Despite the rise of a black middle class and Obama's run for president, the racial divide still exists -- especially for the urban underclass.
Hillary Will Never Say Die, But Tuesday Could Be Her Last Gasp
Posted on: Mar 3, 2008, Source: The Observer UK
This week's primaries in delegate-rich Ohio and Texas may well be her last roll of the dice.
Obama Learns to Talk Tough, Just in Time
Posted on: Nov 25, 2007, Source: The Observer UK
Hillary Clinton now has a fight on her hands, as a rival's gloves-off relaunch puts him ahead in Iowa.
Is Chauncey Bailey the Last Victim of Oakland's Muslim Bakery Mob?
Posted on: Oct 29, 2007, Source: The Observer UK
Journalist Chauncey Bailey was assassinated for investigating an Oakland crime gang -- and now its history of corruption, kidnapping and extortion is shocking the nation.
Gun Love in America Is Strong as Ever
Posted on: Oct 15, 2007, Source: The Observer UK
Despite the spiraling rise in the daily number of shootings in the US, gun culture has only become stronger.
Is Six Actors Enough to Show the Many Sides of Bob Dylan?
Posted on: Aug 29, 2007, Source: The Observer UK
In the upcoming Bob Dylan biopic, <i>I'm Not There</i>, six actors including Cate Blanchett portray various periods of the music legend's life -- an unlikely film to be at the center of Hollywood buzz.
Claws Are out for Candidates' 'First Ladies'
Posted on: Aug 12, 2007, Source: The Observer UK
"Puppy killer," "pole-dancer," "scheming": the spouses of America's presidential candidates are facing tough criticism and intense scrutiny as the campaign turns dirty.
Is the US Heading for 'Developing Nations' Inequality Levels?
Posted on: Jul 29, 2007, Source: The Observer UK
The American Dream of riches for all has turned into a nightmare of inequality: welcome to Richistan, USA.
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