All News Articles for 2015-02-17

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Egypt to Push for Global Intervention in 'Unraveling' Libya
Call for intervention follows retaliatory airstrikes as war against Islamic State appears to broaden
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Greece Will Not be 'Blackmailed' into More Austerity, Tsipras Declares
Speech to parliament comes as Greek negotiators indicate they will likely seek temporary loan agreement with new anti-austerity terms on Wednesday
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In 'Disastrous Decision,' US Prepares to Widen Exports of Armed Drones
'This is a disastrous decision for human rights and arms control,' says William Hartung of Center for International Policy
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Sanders: 'We Need Revolution in Way Higher Education is Funded'
The senator proposes tuition-free courses for freshmen and sophomores at all public colleges and universities, and radical reform of the federal student loan program
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Doc Shows Canadian Police View Environmentalists, Not Climate Change, as Real Threat
RCMP document says 'small but violent-prone faction' of groups could pose 'a credible threat' to security
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After Latest US Oil Train Disaster, Expert Says Tens of Millions Living Inside 'Blast Zone'
'We need to be moving away from production, transportation and use of fossil fuels, period—if we want a livable planet, that is.'
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New Analysis Shatters Narrative of Charter School Success
In Minnesota, 'new information is fueling critics who say the charter school experiment has failed to deliver.'
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Duped by For-Profit Schools, Students Gain Big Allies in Push for Loan Forgiveness
Answering Sen. Elizabeth Warren's call, Massachusetts AG slams for-profit colleges as 'free to break the law.'
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The Spanish Invasion: Leftist Leader Says Populism Rises from Failures of the Elite
Pablo Iglesias, leader of Podemos party in Spain, says it is 'impossible to separate economy from democracy'
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Warming Planet Threatens More and Possibly Deadlier Pathogens, Warns Study
New research claims to upend previous understanding of how parasites that may carry infectious diseases are adapting to changing temperatures
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Federal Judge in Texas Places Injunction on Obama Immigration Plan
The ruling, say critics, put 'court far outside the legal mainstream and away from public opinion'
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