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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Meeting with community members in Ashland, Kentucky on Monday, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said her previous anti-coal comments were "misused" against her. (Photo: Hillary Clinton campaign)
Campaigning in Appalachia on Monday, Hillary Clinton claimed she "misspoke" when previously declaring her opposition to coal, telling voters that as president she would work to ensure that the dirtiest of the fossil fuels will "continue to be sold and continue to be mined." Arriving in Williamson, West Virginia—the heart of coal country—the...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) used industry-funded research to...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Hillary Clinton's use of a so-called joint fundraising committee, through which...

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We mourn the indomitable Daniel Berrigan, who serenely deemed his decades-long fight for peacemaking "tough, unfinished, blood-ridden." Among his keen insights, he denounced an Israel that by 1973 had become "a criminal Jewish community" embarked on an "imperial adventure...The model is not the kingdom of peace; it is an Orwellian transplant, taken bodily from Big Brother's bloody heart." On Israel as elsewhere, he counseled, "Know where you stand, and stand there." May he be, at last, at peace.