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America's Drone Sickness
This headline and first paragraph from today’s Washington Post scoop by Greg Miller speaks volumes about so many things: There are many evils in the world, but extinguishing people’s lives with targeted, extra-judicial killings, when you don’t even know their names, based on “patterns” of behavior...
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BP Spill Causing 'Alarming' Marine-Life Deformities in Gulf
Eyeless shrimp and other mutations due to BP chemicals
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Protesters Blast BP for Painting False, 'Rosy Picture' of Gulf
Gulf coast residents facing "epidemic of health problems" and ongoing disaster berate executives
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BP Target of Prank: Company Dropped from Olympics, Hoax Website Reports
The Campaign for a More Sustainable Olympics takes credit for fake website
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US Attack on Transparency Continues: CIA Whistleblower Indicted
Former CIA officer, Kiriakou, faces years in prison
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Mexico's Deepwater Drilling Plans Spell Doom
Plans to begin deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico by Mexico's state owned oil company have environmental fears flying. The plans of the company, Pemex, involve drilling wells into more than 9000 feet of water -- depths at which the company has no experience drilling. In contrast, the depth...
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BP Spill Caused 'Graveyard of Corals'
New Evidence points to 'chemical fingerprint' of Deepwater Horizon
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Obama Takes Bush’s Secrecy Games One Step Further
The ACLU is suing the Obama administration under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), seeking to force disclosure of the guidelines used by Obama officials to select which human beings (both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals) will have their lives ended by the CIA’s drone attacks (“In...
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Whistleblower: BP Oil Platform Faces 'Present and Imminent Danger'
Whistleblower claims about BP's Atlantis filed this week argue against Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's claims platform is safe
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BP Settlement Avoids Day in Court with People Hurt by Spill
Oil giant BP announced late on Friday that is has reached an out of court settlement with thousands of individuals who were injured financially or physically by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010. The spill, caused by poor drilling practices and seemingly defective equipment, was the largest...
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