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It’s rare to see these well-documented facts so plainly stated on mainstream TV. Worth your 3 minutes:

By Sima Kadmon, columnist at Yedioth Ahronoth If anyone feels shame, affront, sadness, frustration and despair today—there is no way to ease these feelings. These are our ministers and MKs. This is our prime minister and his bureau staff, who despite how it looks [to the public], pushed and pushed the disgraceful bill that passed [...]

On Saturday night, Darkeu screened this video to tens of thousands of Israelis, gathered in Rabin Square, who watched in stunned silence. Twenty-two years ago to the day, at that very spot, Yitzhak Rabin was murdered after months of the sort of incitement, hate and violence that is once again rising in Israel. On Saturday, [...]

It never crossed my mind that an idea that began to take shape years ago to heal divisions among nations would be as urgently needed to bridge divides within our own country. Today, I am proud to announce how Empatico will help address the major challenges that our nation and world face in terms of [...]

By Fareed Zakaria, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017 “He was a sick man, a demented man,” said President Trump, trying to explain the latest mass shooting in the United States. We hear this view expressed routinely, after every new incident. But it is a dodge, a distortion of the facts and a cop-out as to the [...]

By Michael E. Mann, Thomas C. Peterson, Susan Joy Hassol With Texas just beginning to recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey and the Southeastern U.S. preparing for Hurricane Irma’s iminent arrival, people are naturally asking the question: What role might human-caused climate change be playing in all of this? Scientists have been more [...]

By STEVE HARTMAN CBS NEWS NEW YORK — This week we saw what a trillion gallons of water can cover. But more importantly, we saw what it can uncover — our potential as a nation. I know it seems like eons ago, but remember what was in the news before this? Remember when nothing was [...]

The 20-something heads of the Centrist Project and the Millennial Action Project say the problems of America run deeper than just the current President. Source: CNN