All News Articles for 2014-08-01

Friday, August 1, 2014
Rights Groups Sue US Government over Deportation of Children
'These children face an imminent threat of being deported,' a lawyer for the coalition argues, 'potentially to their death.'
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New USDA Poultry Inspection Rules Jeopardize Public Health, say Critics
Food safety advocates decry 'tremendous blow' to inspection system.
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Obama: 'We Tortured Some Folks'
President urges Americans to remember 'how afraid people were' after 9/11 but says CIA director has his "full confidence" amid controversy over Senate report
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'Partial Victory' in Detroit Water Crisis as City Regains Power of Resource
Organizers warn 'there are still unanswered questions' about whether water will be a public good for the city's residents.
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Workers fighting the Ebola outbreak in Guinea in March (Photo: flickr/cc/European Commission DG ECHO) WHO says Ebola Outbreak Spreading 'Faster Than Our Efforts to Control it'
Further spread of virus would be 'catastrophic,' agency warns
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Israel's Military Censors Demand 'Prior Review' of NYT's Gaza Reporting
Free press advocates advise newspaper to ignore such censorship, but incident raises larger questions in debate over coverage of ongoing conflict
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Justice Denied: US Court Rules Bhopal Victims Can't Sue Union Carbide
“These families have been living with Union Carbide pollution for decades. We remain committed to seeking the justice that they deserve,” said co-counsel Rajan Sharma.
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Don't Wait for Resignation, say Critics, Obama Should Fire CIA's John Brennan
Senator says intelligence chief should resign over agency's behavior and the brazen denials that followed, but others say president has grounds for immediate dismissal
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Truce Crumbles, Violence Resumes in Gaza
Cease fire breaks down just hours after taking effect with violence resulting immediately in new deaths on both sides
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