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US labor force participation rate hits lowest level in nearly four decades

By Andre Damon, 3 July 2015

The latest US jobs report, despite being greeted by the political establishment as another sign of a "recovery," points to continued economic stagnation.

The political fraud of Syriza’s referendum on EU austerity in Greece

By Alex Lantier, 3 July 2015

Syriza has called the referendum to provide political cover for its last-ditch effort to work out an agreement on austerity policy with the European Union.

Oil giant BP reaches sweetheart settlement over 2010 Gulf disaster

By David Brown, 3 July 2015

The agreement is the culmination of the Obama administration’s efforts to shield BP from responsibility for the worst environmental disaster in US history.

Egyptian air force bombs Sinai after heavy clashes with ISIS affiliate

By Thomas Gaist, 3 July 2015

The strikes left at least 23 dead, one day after heavy fighting in the peninsula between government troops and Islamist forces killed some 120 people.

Bernie Sanders holds rally of 10,000 in Madison, Wisconsin

By Patrick Martin, 3 July 2015

The growth of support for Sanders is a reflection of widespread opposition to social inequality, which the senator is seeking to channel back into the framework of the Democratic Party.

US Justice Department finds that police provoked unrest in Ferguson

By Kevin Martinez, 3 July 2015

The report concludes that inappropriate military and police tactics alienated and incited crowds peacefully protesting the killing of Michael Brown into violent confrontation.

Drought-fed fire hits California’s San Bernardino Mountains

By Adam Mclean, 3 July 2015

The Lake Fire, one of several fires in the US southwest fueled by high temperatures and drought, now covers 30,000 acres.

Chinese stocks continue to fall despite attempted counter-measures

By Nick Beams, 3 July 2015

The World Bank has again described the Chinese financial system as unbalanced and potentially unstable.

UK seeks leading role in military campaign against Russia

By Julie Hyland, 3 July 2015

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon’s remarks are a significant escalation of British provocations against Russia.

Inequality in Australia rising at one of world’s fastest rates

By Cheryl McDermid, 3 July 2015

Australia’s mining boom benefited a tiny elite at the top of the income table.