All News Articles for 2014-12-04

Thursday, December 4, 2014
Obama Administration: Gitmo Force Feeding Tapes Show 'Humane' Treatment. But Public Absolutely Can't See Them
As Pentagon official says release would harm national security, lawyer for Dhiab questions Obama's claims of 'most transparent administration in history'
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Low-Wage Workers Retake National Stage in 'Fight for 15'
Workers from fast food, health care, and other industries call for fair pay and respect
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Obama Ready to Defy Base in Order to Advance Trans-Pacific Partnership
In a speech before CEOs of major U.S. corporations, Obama indicates he's ready to go head-to-head with Democrats, labor unions, and environmentalists on trade deals
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Fears of Renewed Devastation as Super Typhoon Hagupit Targets Philippines
Many of the same communities so devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan just over a year ago are once again under threat from extreme weather
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Texas Leads Multi-State Legal Challenge to Stop Obama's Immigration Order
White House charges that actions taken Nov. 20 "are well within legal authorities"
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'This Stops Today': Nationwide Protests Planned in Wake of Eric Garner Decision
As dozens of cities plan actions against police brutality, civil rights leaders call for reform
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In Absence of Public Debate, Kerry Vows to Wage War 'As Long As It Takes'
Analysts warn 'there is no military solution to the problems caused by ISIS'
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'Not One Well!': Anti-Fracking Coalition Targets NY Gov. Cuomo over Gas Drilling
Groups call for—at minimum—a three- to five-year moratorium on fracking in New York State.
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'We Are Seneca Lake': Arrests, Rallies Mark Continued Gas Storage Protests
Activists released from jail as residents fight against methane storage plans in New York
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'Worst' Ecological Disaster in Israel's History as Pipeline Spews Oil
Near the Jordanian border, massive oil spill near nature reserve has forced dozens of people to area hospitals
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"I Can't Breathe": Eric Garner's Plea Becomes Rallying Cry for Justice
Following latest high-profile non-indictment of police officer, protests explode and New York City and beyond
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