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Books For The Trump Years

Michael Winship | Posted 12.22.2016 | Politics
Michael Winship

These are the times that try men's and women's souls. With inauguration day just weeks away, if you must curl up in a ball in front of a fireplace or ...

Manhunt for the 'Romance' of the Press

Tom Engelhardt | Posted 06.25.2013 | Media
Tom Engelhardt

Can there be any question that, as the newspaper fades, we're entering a new age of conglomerated mainstream chaos? You only needed to check out the "coverage" of the Boston Marathon bombing aftermath.

Saki Knafo

At Occupy's One-Year Anniversary, Hope For The Movement Marches On

HuffingtonPost.com | Saki Knafo | Posted 09.18.2012 | Business

NEW YORK -- In Zuccotti Park, the birthplace of the Occupy Wall Street movement, hundreds of people gathered today to celebrate the movement's one-yea...

On the Resurgence of Occupy Wall Street: Five Must-Read Books

Joe Winkler | Posted 07.15.2012 | Home
Joe Winkler

Not only do mainstream outlets simply disregard or grossly simplify important events and ideas in the Occupy Wall Street movement, but they also neglect to mention the publication of important books that clarify, criticize, buttress, and provide a holistic view of the movement.

Saki Knafo

Occupy's Second Wave Spreads To Campuses With Protests Against Student Debt

HuffingtonPost.com | Saki Knafo | Posted 03.02.2012 | College

Students from colleges and high schools around the country gathered Thursday for protests and rallies called the National Day of Action for Education....

Saki Knafo

Occupy Wall Street Regroups, Returns to Protest ALEC

HuffingtonPost.com | Saki Knafo | Posted 03.01.2012 | Business

NEW YORK -- In cities around the country today, hundreds of Occupy protestors gathered for what the movement described in a release as its "largest co...

Remote Controlled

Lisa Napoli | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Lisa Napoli

So perhaps it wasn't as revolutionary as the birth control pill or the automobile or hot lead type, but the first wireless remote control, when it debuted in 1956, created a culture of instant gratification.