All News Articles for 2014-11-20

Thursday, November 20, 2014
Kucinich: Weary Nation 'Must Not Cede to Forces of Destruction'
Former congressman says that despite grim political realities, a new paradigm is still possible for those willing to fight for it
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Environmental leaders call on Walmart to stop greenwashing and commit to real sustainability. Small Wages, Huge Pollution: New Report Exposes Walmart's Coal-Saturated Climate Destruction
Undermining claims of 'leadership in sustainability,' new report reveals mega-retailers heavy dependence on coal-fired electricity
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Justice for the 43: Tensions High in Mexico City Before Mass March
Tens of thousands expected to participate in demonstrations across Mexico and around the world
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'Resist Surveillance': Human Rights Groups Launch Tool to Detect Spyware
Detekt finds traces of 'dangerous and sophisticated' technology used by repressive governments against journalists and human rights defenders, Amnesty International says
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Severe Racial Disparities In Arrests the Norm In America: Study
At least 1,581 police departments across the country arrest black people at greater rates than in Ferguson, according to USA Today analysis
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Ahead of Primetime Annoucement, Voices Urge Obama to 'Go Big' on Immigration
'We expect the president to do what is in his power as we've already done everything in ours,' activist says
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'Shock' As Global Arms Manufacturer Jockeys to Get Piece of UK's Privatized Health System
As British government privatizes the National Health Service, Lockheed Martin is among several companies showing interest in a deal
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Seattle Councilwoman Kshama Sawant Among Those Arrested at Minimum Wage Protest
'All the best activists in the past—and in the present—have put their lives on the line to fight for the rights of workers,' said socialist member of city council and champion of $15-wage
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Swedish Court Rejects Julian Assange Appeal to Lift Warrant
WikiLeaks founder still faces extradition if he leaves Ecuadorian embassy in London
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On Transparency, Politics, and Civilization's Future: An Interview with Daniel Ellsberg
"We're in the twilight of civilization," says the man who leaked The Pentagon Papers. "It must be hyperbolic, but it isn’t."
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New Report Reveals Industry Blitz for Climate-Killing Fossil Fuel Exports
Introducing "Natural Gas Exports: Washington's Revolving Door Fuels Climate Threat"
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'Enough Is Enough': Sen. Warren Condemns Obama's Latest Wall Street Pick
'It's time for the Obama administration to loosen the hold that Wall Street banks have over economic policy making.'
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