All News Articles for 2014-11-13

Thursday, November 13, 2014
'History In The Making': Workers Hold First Sit-Down Work Action Targeting Walmart
'I am out here on strike because of retaliation and disrespect'
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While FBI Finds Police Killings on the Rise, Real Number of Killings Remains Unknown
FBI report finds police killings highest in 20 years, but critics say agency's figures fail to provide real scope of police killings
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Chairman of Joint Chiefs: We Are 'Certainly Considering' US Combat Troops for Iraq
Statement comes days after Obama authorized doubling the number of U.S. troops deployed to the country
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More Cracks in Google's 'Don't Be Evil' Mantra as Data Collection, Political Power Soar
Public Citizen report asks whether regulators and lawmakers will be reluctant to rein in web giant
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Israeli Government To Refuse Entry to UN Team Investigating War Crimes in Gaza
'It's business as usual,' says critic, for Netanyahu government 'to commit severe human rights violations and war crimes and refuse to be held accountable.'
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The Unforgiven: How College Debt Is Crushing a Generation
Latest figures shows that today's college graduates are being saddled with the burden of increasingly high student loan debt as they begin careers or start families. But isn't there a better way to finance higher-education? (Hint: The answer is 'Yes.')
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Domestic Drones Cometh: Report Exposes Rapid Expansion of Surveillance Flights
More than 10,000 flights have quietly taken place along the US/Mexico border since last year, according to the AP
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