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Idaho Lawmakers Green-Light Legislation to 'Wipe Out' Wolves
Legislation "has put a black eye on decades of tireless work to return wolves to the American landscape."
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Ukraine + Flight 370 = Bad News for Neocons
In America the news is big business. That's not news. Everyone realizes that the corporate mass media make their money by delivering readers, viewers, and listeners to advertisers. The bigger the audience delivered, the bigger the profit. So corporate news editors have to know what good...
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'Corporate Welfare' Triumphs as Farm Bill Fails the Hungry
Under the guise of cutting subsidies, bipartisan bill increases subsidies to major agribusiness
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As Predators Vanish, Ecosystems Thrown Off Balance: Scientists
'Ironically, they are vanishing just as we are learning about their important ecological effects'
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Death of Yellowstone's Most Famous Wolf Is a Troubling Sign of Things to Come
The alpha female of Yellowstone's Lamar Canyon pack may have been the most famous wolf in the world. Endlessly photographed and admired by thousands of visitors to the national park, this matriarch of Yellowstone -- often known by her number, 832F -- made the cover of American Scientist and was...
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'Lack of Trust': Karzai Balks at US Security Agreement
Loya Jirga ends in surprise move by Afghan president who says agreement will not be signed without further assurances
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Rewilding the Great West One Footfall at a Time
Treking West for a new era of conservation
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US Plans to Drop Protections for Gray Wolves in Lower 48
Wildlife Group: 'This is politics versus professional wildlife management'
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Return of the Wild: Will Humans Make Way for the Greatest Conservation Experiment in Centuries?
John Davis was roughly 5,500 miles into his 2011 trek from Southern Florida to the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec when he passed through the Adirondack Mountains, where he has lived for the last 18 years. He spent a couple of days sailing and hiking around the southern shore of Lake Champlain, including...
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Wolf Killings are Based on the Most Cynical of Premises
Governments in Russia, Canada and Scandinavia claim they need to protect lesser species and habitats – while continuing their smash and grab raid on natural resources
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