All News Articles for 2014-09-05

Friday, September 5, 2014
'Victory': Federal Judge Stops Ohio's Cuts to Early Voting
Judge said cuts meant 'fewer opportunities for African Americans to participate in the electoral process'
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Intercept: LA Times Journalist Cleared Articles With CIA Before Publishing
National security reporter emailed drafts to agency for more government-friendly revisions
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'Disruption': Film Offers Grassroots Global Revolt as Key Answer to Climate Crisis
Produced by justice activists ahead of planned Climate People's March & Mobilization later this month, the documentary is being released for online screenings nationwide this Sunday
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Groups: Time Is Now To End 'Shocking Degradation' of World's Forests
'We will lose these incredible landscapes and the forests that they contain if no action is taken to protect them.'
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UNICEF Report Reveals 'Staggering Extent' of Violence Against Children
One in 10 girls worldwide experience rape or sexual assault, study finds
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Ukraine, Rebels Declare Start of Cease-Fire
Announcement made by negotiators in Minsk
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States Urge Final Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality
"Every loving and committed couple in the U.S. should have the freedom to marry, protect their loved ones, and have their commitment honored by our legal system."
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In 'Historic Moment,' US Senate Set to Vote on Campaign Finance Amendment
Groups engaged in final grassroots push in advance of September 8 vote on proposal that would overturn Citizens United
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US Forms Coalition Against ISIS
Kerry claims US will not send in troops, while airstrikes remain on the table
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Poking Russia with a Stick? NATO Approves Military "Spearhead" for Eastern Europe
Despite warnings from Russia that such a move would be interpreted as a provocation, a plan to deploy thousands of additional US and European troops closer to its border will now become a reality
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Nearly 500 Hundred Arrested as Fast-Food Workers Rise Up
Strikes and protests in more than a hundred US cities reveals rapidly growing effort by labor unions and low-wage workers to join forces and reclaim power of organized people
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