All News Articles for 2014-07-28

Monday, July 28, 2014
Arrests Follow Oil Train Blockade Done in Name of Environment, Communities
“If federal and state regulators won’t stand up to the fossil fuel companies endangering our communities, then we, the people of those communities, will do so.”
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Dirty Coal Exports Are a 'Global Shell Game'
Federal coal leases are essentially a major fossil fuel subsidy, Greenpeace says
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In 'Ugly' Resolution, US Politicians Back Israel's Assault on Gaza
'Congress keeps singling Israel out for impunity .'
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Freedom Industries' storage facility on the Elk River in West Virginia (Photo: West Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church) Lack of Oversight, Damaged Tanks Caused West Virginia Chemical Spill
Federal investigators promise more tests of drinking water
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Government Surveillance Threatens Journalism, Law and Thus Democracy: Report
Interviews with dozens of leading journalists and attorneys found that U.S. government overreach is eroding critically important freedoms
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'Climate Criminality': Australia OKs Biggest Coal Mine
Environmental groups slam decision that will 'dump on' Great Barrier Reef, fuel climate crisis
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Millions of British Face Fracking 'On Their Doorstep'
UK Government opens over half of country, including national parks and world heritage sites, to shale oil and gas exploration
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Liberia Shuts Down Border Crossings as Ebola Death Toll Climbs
Fear and hostility hamper medical workers as they struggle to contain highly contagious virus
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Israel Attacks Gaza's Leading Hospital
It was not immediately clear how many people have been killed and wounded in Monday's bombing of the building complex housing Shifa Hospital.
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Songbirds Dying From DDT in Michigan Yards
Superfund site blamed
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Ukrainian Military Takes Control of MH17 Crash Site as Police Team Retreats
UN says downing of plane may be a "war crime" as growing conflict prevents police team from reaching debris field
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