All News Articles for 2014-08-21

Thursday, August 21, 2014
Metadata Collection Reveals Personal Details, Rights Groups Assert
Bulk surveillance offers "intimate portraits of the lives of millions of Americans," legal brief reads
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Argentina to Cut Out US Hedge Funds
Government announces plan to replace New York-based bank with state-run Banco de la Nación
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Information Scarce, Warnings Mount as US Expands War in Iraq
Critics warn attacks deepen the humanitarian crisis and contradict other U.S. policies in the region.
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'Unbalanced Recovery': Wages Falling, Low-Paid Jobs Rising Across US
'These losses are part of an alarming trend toward greater inequality and a shrinking share of the economic pie going to workers'
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US, Brazil Nearing Approval of Genetically Engineered Trees
Governments weighing approval of permit for genetically engineered eucalyptus trees, which critics say would increase deforestation
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'Clean Coal' Greenwashing Ad Ruled Misleading by UK Regulator
World's largest coal company ordered to stop running "misleading" ad claiming clean coal is emission-free
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US Military Bars Access to News Site Reporting on Leaked Govt Secrets
Internal memo reveals efforts to keep US military personnel from reading new investigate outlet The Intercept
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'They Just Killed Him': New Video Betrays Police Depiction of Fatal Shooting
Amid ongoing demonstrations in city of Ferguson, Mo. and national outrage over police violence against black community members, new evidence in Tuesday's shooting of man by St. Louis police
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