All News Articles for 2014-08-05

Tuesday, August 5, 2014
US Officials: There's a New Leaker
The United Sates government has determined there is a new person leaking secret documents, CNN reported Tuesday. The news comes the same as day as new reporting by Jeremy Scahill and Ryan Devereaux for The Intercept revealed that many of those on the government's terrorist watchlist have no...
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Supermarket Workers, Customers Join in 'Unprecedented' Uprising Against Corporate Greed
As strikes enter third week, workers and customers of Market Basket demand reinstatement of beloved CEO "Artie T."
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(Credit: Dam Line 9) Protesters' Blockade Halts Work on Enbridge Pipeline
“We hope to stay here indefinitely,” says activist.
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Report: US Income Inequality Dampening Economic Growth
Standard & Poor's says U.S. is approaching threshold of extreme levels inequality.
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(Image: The Intercept) Classified Documents Show US Government's Flawed "Secret Terrorist-Tracking System"
Documents obtained by The Intercept show nearly half of government's terrorist suspects have no terrorist affiliation
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Obama Administration Redactions on Torture Report Render It 'Impossible to Understand'
Senate Intelligence Committee member Martin Heinrich slams censoring of document
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London Palestine Action activists on the roof of the UAV Engines Limited factory. (Credit: facebook/London Palestine Action) UK Activists In Standoff After Occupying Factory Supplying IDF Drone Engines
"The question shouldn't be when are we going to leave, the question should be when is this company going to leave, and when is this government going to stop supporting Israel in its crimes against the Palestinian people."
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UK Minister Resigns Over Government's 'Morally Indefensible' Gaza Policy
'With deep regret I have this morning written to the Prime Minister and tendered my resignation. I can no longer support government policy on Gaza.'...
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Outrage in Colorado over Fracking Betrayal by Top Democrats
Politicians announce drilling regulatory panel will welcome input by industry and business groups, headed by XTO Energy president
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DOC officers systematically violate young inmates' civil rights, report finds (Photo: Bob Jagendorf) Systemic Brutality, 'Culture of Violence' Against Adolescents at Rikers Island: Investigation
Staff of NYC prison fail to protect young inmates, 'systematically violate' their rights, use excessive force and punishment to create 'deep-seated culture of violence'
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A NATO soldier opens fire toward journalists near the main gate of Camp Qargha on Tuesday after a shooting at the military training academy outside Kabul. (Photo: Massoud Hossaini/Associated Press) US General Reportedly Killed in Afghanistan
Dozens wounded in attack on military training academy
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'Massive Environmental Disaster' in Canada as Toxic Tailing Pond Floods Waterways
Water ban put in place as a tailing pond gives way and tens of millions of gallons of waste course through area rivers and lakes
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Will Climate Change Lead to Conflict or Cooperation?
The answer? say experts: It's complicated.
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"Mission Accomplished": Israel Withdraws Troops After Nearly 1,900 Killed in Gaza
Israel indicated accomplishment of its goals as ground forces withdraw and 72-hour cease fire begins
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