All News Articles for 2014-09-30

Tuesday, September 30, 2014
'Don't Mourn, Organize': Federal Approval of LNG Export Terminal Denounced
Decision to green-light Cove Point project is fundamentally flawed, critics charge
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CDC Confirms First Case of Ebola Diagnosed in US
Person who traveled from Liberia has tested positive for the virus and is receiving care at a hospital in Dallas, Texas
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US Set to Zoom Past Saudi Arabia As Number One Oil Producer
Thanks to "shale revolution," US liquid petroleum production booming, Financial Times reports
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Prospect of No Water Looms in Over a Dozen California Towns
Over 37 million people now affected by historic drought
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Planet on the Brink: Human Activity Killing the Planet's Life-Supporting Systems
WWF's state of the planet report reveals alarming and avoidable biodiversity loss
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Signed Agreement Locks in Ten More Years of Afghan War
Bilateral Security Agreement, signed Tuesday, will allow thousands of US troops to remain in the country for at least another decade
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Sick-Outs and Walk-Outs: Students and Teachers Escalate Fight Against Censorship of History
In response to protests, school board will take up curriculum proposal on Thursday
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Detroiters Vow Resistance After Judge Rules There is No Human Right to Water
Bankruptcy judge declines moratorium allowing water shutoffs to continue
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Argentina Accuses Judge of 'Harassment' in Ongoing Debt Fight
"This new attempt of judicial aggression against Argentina is an act of desperation on behalf of the vulture fund," said Argentine Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman.
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Pro-Democracy Demonstrators Dig Deep, Hold Ground in Hong Kong
Crowds again swell as chief executive says he won't resign and Chinese government refuses to budge on election reforms
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US Supreme Court Snubs Early Voting in Ohio
Decision by nation's highest court is not final, but voting rights advocates say it indicates troubling mindset of court as similar challenges head its way
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