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As President Obama meets with world leaders to discuss ISIL, we examine the impact of airstrikes against the group.
6 years after the Great Recession, The Stream explores changes that have been made to US banking institutions.
Mexico has experienced a 600% increase in reports of torture and ill-conduct over a decade, according to Amnesty.
The Stream examines the impact of U.S. foreign policy towards ISIL both on the battfield and online.
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The Stream examines the lingering effects of the 2008 financial crisis and the reforms that followed.
The Pentagon estimates about $10 million is spent per day on air strikes. Patricia Sabga breaks down the costs
Fault Lines visits 'The Poppy Fields on Maine' art exhibit in Lewiston, dedicated to locals who died of opioid overdose
In Chicago, police seized more guns last year than in New York and Los Angeles combined, with many coming from Indiana
Cities like Portland, Austin, Nashville and Pittsburgh attracting college graduates with opportunities to start careers
Lee-Anne Goodman, a reporter for the Canadian Press, is one of those individuals on lockdown and discusses the situation