Há uma relação recíproca entre Estado e imprensa, em favor de uma visão de mundo comum, hegemônica, na qual o discurso de um ecoa na fala do outro.
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Congresso sufocou ministro da Fazenda de Dilma e agora tenta pôr rédeas em Meirelles: quem, afinal, é culpado pela crise financeira?
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The City of Baltimore removed four statues honoring the defenders of slavery hours after President Trump praised white supremacists.
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"Fifteen years ago, I actually went up against the Klan, and we won," said Doug Jones.
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Trump não gosta de ser forçado a denunciar o racismo por uma simples razão: ele é e sempre foi racista.
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Cidades do interior de São Paulo celebram a herança histórica dos separatistas sulistas que queriam manter a escravidão.
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Much of the media has overlooked the fact that Trump doesn’t like being forced to denounce racism for the very simple reason that he himself is, and always has been, a racist.
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Pagamentos a deputados aumentam em meses que precedem votações estratégicas. Prática desvirtua a função original das emendas parlamentares, criadas para assegurar o interesse popular nas políticas públicas.
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A História nos mostra que países pequenos, pobres e fracos não atacam nações ricas, gigantescas e poderosas – e sim o contrário.
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Defense Secretary James Mattis is producing some unique official transcripts.
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In the hard-to-access district of Khogyani, locals describe living with the fear of U.S. drones and say that civilian deaths drive people to join the insurgency.
The post Fearful Villagers See the U.S. Using Afghanistan as a “Playground for Their Weapons” appeared first on The Intercept.
Lawmakers who had previously pushed to shield drivers who killed protesters with moving vehicles are largely standing by their various efforts.
The post Backed by Police Unions, Legislators Stand by Laws to Protect Drivers Who Kill Protesters appeared first on The Intercept.
Mohammed bin Salman made the comments to former U.S. diplomat Martin Indyk.
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All of history shows that small, poor, weak countries do not start wars with gigantic, wealthy, powerful countries. It's the other way around.
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Juras de amor do prefeito paulistano a mentor político soam falsas qual tuíte de Trump. Mas o pior é que isso não tem a menor importância. #aceleraseucoração
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A small-dollar candidate in Illinois has racked up $1 million so far. How far can he go?
The post Big Money Runs Illinois. Can Small-Donor-Backed Daniel Biss Change That? appeared first on The Intercept.
The renowned former New York Times reporter, who broke many of biggest stories since 9/11 and battled the Justice Department in a seven-year fight, will be reporting on national security and defending press freedom as director of First Look’s Press Freedom Defense Fund.
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The impulse to curtail civil liberties in the wake of terror attacks, and blame those who defend them, is always wrong and dangerous.
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A black community in Texas filed a civil rights complaint with the EPA over pollution from an Exxon Mobil refinery. The EPA did nothing for 17 years.
The post Exxon Mobil Is Still Pumping Toxins Into Black Community in Texas 17 Years After Civil Rights Complaint appeared first on The Intercept.
Had anyone simply listened to the people of Syria, the multiple tragedies of the past century might have been avoided.
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