All News Articles for 2014-11-26

Wednesday, November 26, 2014
'This Is Only the Beginning': Oregon GMO Labeling Measure Heads to Recount
Though Yes campaign was massively outspent, results showed slim margin, triggering automatic recount
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'Turning Point'? Hong Kong Police Descend on Protest Sites, Targeting Leaders
Newest crackdown comes as seven officers arrested in brutality case
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Putting 'Health Above Polluters,' EPA Proposes New Ozone Limits
Public health expert says new regulations are 'a step forward in the fight to protect all Americans from the dangers of breathing ozone pollution'
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Polio Workers Gunned Down in Pakistan
Attack reportedly part of targeted campaign against vaccination workers, which may be blowback from CIA's fake vaccination drive
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Coalition Launches to Lead Global Fight For Open Internet and Digital Democracy
'Net neutrality is not an American issue, or a European issue, or an African issue. It is increasingly a global human rights issue.'
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Walmart Workers vs. Capitalism: The Rise of 'Black November'
As stores open earlier each year to bring Black Friday deals to their customers, Thanksgiving becomes less of a holiday for many households, and Black Friday is a day of protest for some Walmart workers and a workday for others
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Is Spate of Texas Earthquakes Connected to Nearby Fracking Operations?
'We are guinea pigs in the middle of this fracking experiment,' local activist says
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Donation of Prize Money by Canadian Activist Spurs Flood of Dollars to Tar Sands Fight
'Quebec, hand in hand with First Nations, must not renounce to being master on its own land,' declares Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois.
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Assange and Chomsky Appear Arm-In-Arm at Ecuadorian Embassy
Scholar and prominent activist pays visit despite heavy police presence
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Laying the Foundations of a World Citizens Movement
Recent conference of international civil society organizations explore path forward to deep global change
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Systemic Injustice Condemned as Ferguson Galvanizes National Outrage
Demonstrations take place in dozens of US communities following grand jury decision
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