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Nika Knight, staff writer
A Westinghouse nuclear plant under construction near Waynesboro, Georgia.
Major nuclear power company Westinghouse, a U.S. subsidiary of Japan's Toshiba, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday in a massive blow to the industry. The filing marked "a defining moment in the decades-long downward spiral of the global nuclear power industry," wrote Greenpeace Japan in a statement . "Toshiba/Westinghouse is responsible...
Common Dreams staff
Hundreds of people, including a key opposition leader, were arrested in Russia...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
The U.S.-led coalition targeting the Islamic State (ISIS) is being blamed for...

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A bit of perspective amidst our gaudy circus: Defiant Londoners have summoned grace and dignity in the wake of the Westminster attack that killed four and injured 40. Scores of mostly Muslim women formed a human chain across the bridge Sunday to show unity, and at a candlelit vigil London's Muslim mayor eloquently declared, "We will not be cowed by terrorism." He also brushed off like a pesky fly an inane Trump Jr. diss. Because, yes, there is still gravitas and lucidity out there.